Kim Kardashian shares photo from Joe Francis' Mexico mansion Casa Aramara after news he was arrested for 'choking woman'

KIM Kardashian shared a photo from Joe Francis' mansion in Mexico after news of his domestic violence arrest.

Earlier this month, the Sun revealed that the Girls Gone Wild creator, 48, was arrested for allegedly "choking a woman and spitting in her face to give her Covid".

Amid the controversy, Kim posted a snap of herself at Joe's lavish oceanfront estate dubbed Casa Aramara in Punta Mita.

The KUWTK star, 40, posed in a nude bikini with a tennis racket in her hand as she stood on the tennis court in the lush grounds.

She captioned the shot – shared last week – "Tennis anyone?!"

While Kim didn't tag the house in the location of her photo, Casa Aramara's official Instagram account re-shared her photo.

It's not known exactly when Kim took the photo and it's possible the snap is a throwback. The reality star has not commented publicly on it.

The SKIMS founder and her sisters Khloe and Kourtney have been friends with Joe for years.

Kim and her now-ex Kanye West have previously enjoyed multiple vacations at his private property – which often caters to the rich and famous.

Casa Aramara hit the headlines earlier this month when it caught fire and burned down.

The cause of the fire has not yet been revealed, but the blaze resulted in major damage to the estate.

While the three smaller homes on the property are still standing, the main house has completely burned down.

Meanwhile, the Sun exclusively revealed earlier this month that Joe was charged with domestic violence and intentional injury after an incident at Casa Aramara on August 1, 2020.  


The court papers stated Joe’s victim – whom The Sun has decided not to identify – claimed he tested positive for Covid the day before the altercation.

On August 1, he allegedly asked her to inject him with vitamins. When she refused to get too close to him, the situation apparently escalated. 

The Mexican documents, translated to English, stated: "He began to scream at her that she was an 'evil b***h' and he hopes she rots, and called her a 'w***e.'

"She hid in the closet and, closed the door. He began to shake the door. She opened it and ran into another bedroom in fear. He told her he was kicking her out.

"He grabbed her right arm, turned her toward him, grabbed her by the neck, and then spit in her face. He said she doesn’t care about him, and now she’ll care because she’s infected [with Covid] as well."

The woman then attempted to call the security team for the home – called Casa Aramara – when Joe allegedly intercepted. 

She claimed Joe ran to her, grabbed her by the hair and pushed her to the floor.  He then allegedly stepped on her head, and put all of his weight on her body.  

The documents continued: "He then put his hands around her neck and spit on her face again, and then told her to leave the house. 

"They both got up, and he grabbed her by the hair again. He threw her on the floor and dragged her down the hallway.

"While he was pulling her, he was shaking her hair and making her head hit the floor."

According to the court papers, she sustained injuries that took over two weeks to heal, and required special medical treatment.

Joe was taken into custody under what is called a preventative detention on August 13, and was released on September 8 after the victim allegedly "issued her forgiveness." 

The charges were dropped on the condition that Joe attend six months of psychological therapy, which law enforcement claimed he has completed. 

Joe moved to Mexico following a bankruptcy case and trouble with the IRS in 2013.  

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or chat at

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