In the days following the death of Hugh Hefner on September 27, the legacy of the man who founded Playboy and turned his philandering lifestyle into a lucrative brand has been widely debated. In , the E! My wife was more sexually experienced than I was. After that, I always felt in a sense that the other guy was in bed with us, too. They divorced in
Real life inside Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion
Life in the Gilded Cage of the Playboy Mansion | The Village Voice
For more than four decades, the Playboy Mansion has been synonymous with sleazy glamour and easy women — a grown-up fantasyland known for A-list guests, wild parties and even wilder girls. The address is so notorious, its very name is enough to strike trepidation into the heart of any aspiring young pin-up. There are three movie nights a week, mostly featuring his favourite films from the s. And any inmate who wants to leave in search of a social life is subject to a strict 9pm curfew. If you break the rules you get banned. But she was still back by 2pm the next day.
Revealed: What it's REALLY like inside the Playboy Mansion as founder Hugh Hefner dies aged 91
As Hugh Hefner dies aged 91, we take a look back at a book by former playmate Holly Madison which dished the dirt on the catfights, the orgies, the Playmates and Hugh Hefner himself. Holly describes Hefner's bedroom: "Two huge television screens projecting graphic porn lit up the otherwise dark bedroom. In the middle, a very pale man was tending to his own business The girlfriends, in various stages of undress, were sitting in a semi-circle at the edge of the bed.
After working for Hefner — who died yesterday age 91 — for almost four years, the unidentified staff member wanted to have the final word on his former employer. In the interview, he begins by discussing the overwhelming presence of illegal substances at the Playboy mansion. And, while he claims that people openly smoked marijuana, their consumption of large amounts of cocaine was typically kept behind closed doors. The ex-butler also lifts the lid on a number of drug-related arrests that allegedly occurred at the mansion in the mids as well as going on to explicitly detail the group sex activities of Hefner and his guests. This, the butler says, was because Playboy had begun to develop somewhat of a bad reputation.