Charges have been dropped against a man accused of smuggling prohibited items to his jailed boss, the founder of the "Girls Gone Wild" videos.

The charges against Scott Barbour were dropped this week because his boss, Joe Francis, pleaded no contest to possessing cash and prescription drugs in his cell, court records show.

Barbour is the president of Mantra Films Inc., which produces the "Girls Gone Wild" videos. He was released from jail a year ago.

Francis was sentenced last month to time served and fines on charges involving the filming of underage girls.