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EXCLUSIVE: 'He really believed he owned these women.' How Hugh Hefner demanded orgies five nights a week, drugged women with 'leg spreader' Quaaludes and hosted weekly 'Pig Nights' with 'ugly' prostitutes, new doc reveals
New A&E docuseries, Secrets of Playboy, will lift the lid on the 'dark underbelly' of

Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion

The documentary, premiering January 24, reveals how the Playboy mansion and clubs became seedy playgrounds for drug use, s*xual abuse, and even bestiality

According to ex-girlfriend Sondra Theodore, Hef demanded group s*x five nights a week: 'You couldn't satisfy him. He wanted more and more and more'
'It was cult-like.

The women had been groomed and led to believe they were part of this family,' Miki Garcia, former director of Playmate promotions said
Hefner, who died in 2017 at age 91, also hosted weekly 'Pig Nights', during which he would bring in 'ugly' prostitutes to have s*x with his friends
He also kept a stockpile of Quaaludes, known at the mansion as 'leg spreaders' and were regarded as a 'necessary evil' because they made women do anything


Playboy founder Hugh Hefner was a 'vampire' who manipulated and drugged dozens of young women into taking part in degrading orgies, while masquerading as a champion of s*xual freedom, according to a shocking new documentary.

'Secrets of Playboy', a 10-part docuseries premiering on A&E on January 24, is set to lift the lid on the 'dark underbelly' of Playboy and how its venues became a seedy playground for drug use, s*xual abuse, and even bestiality.

The series delves into the hidden truths behind Playboy with exclusive interviews with insiders, including Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriends Holly Madison and Sondra Theodore, as well as former 'Bunny Mother' PJ Masten.


Theodore, now 65, reveals how there was group s*x at the mansion five nights a week, which 'broke me like you'd break a horse.'

Hefner would also host weekly 'Pig Nights' during which he would he would bring in a dozen 'ugly' prostitutes to have s*x with his friends.

VIP members of the Playboy nightclubs could do as they pleased, including revered Soul Train host Don Cornelius who allegedly held two Playboy bunnies hostage and r*ped one of them, according to the docuseries.

Holly Madison, a model who dated Hefner for eight years, also tells how Hefner refused to use protection during s*x and how the Playboy Bunny lifestyle a even led her to consider suicide.

The series also includes interviews with Linda Lovelace, the 1970s pr0n star who found fame with the film Deep Throat, who says she was treated like a 'piece of meat' and forced to perform oral s*x on a German Shepherd while Hefner and his friends watched.

The documentary is a critical reexamination of the legacy of iconic Playboy publisher, who died in 2017 aged 91.

Hefner was just 27 years old when he launched the first edition of Playboy magazine in 1953.

Featuring Marilyn Monroe on the cover, the first issue sold more than 50,000 copies and spawned an empire which spanned decades.

By the 1970s Playboy was selling seven million copies a month and Hefner opened up dozens of Playboy clubs where members gained entry using a key which literally opened the front door.


Hefner fashioned himself as a champion of freedom of s*xuality and freedom of speech in a repressive post-war era.

But the backlash began in the 1970s with the feminist movement which decried his objectification of women.

In recent years Playboy has struggled to stay relevant - the magazine stopped printing physical copies in 2020 - and many former Playmates have spoken out against the culture in the wake of the MeToo movement.

'Secrets of Playboy' is arguably the most damning portrayal so far and has extensive interviews with many of Hefner's former close a*sociates and Playboy Bunnies.

According to Miki Garcia, former director of Playmate promotions: 'It was cult-like. The women had been groomed and led to believe they were part of this family. He (Hefner) really did believe he owned these women.

'We had Playmates that overdosed, that committed suicide'.

One of the most disturbing accounts comes from Sondra Theodore, a former model and actress who dated Hefner in the late 1970s and 80s.

She described how his s*xual demands turned nasty and admits he 'scared me at the end...you couldn't satisfy him. He wanted more and more and more.'

'The group s*x was at least five nights a week. They had a protocol. He liked to direct and you didn't segue away from it because you could tell it irritated him,' she added.

Theodore said Hefner was a prolific drug user, sending her out to buy cocaine numerous times, and the s*x 'broke me like you'd break a horse'.

'It just got ugly, I felt like I was a ringmaster, I had to put on the same show on every night,' she said.

'It was the same script: "welcome to the family, we're embracing you." It was all a lie.

'I watched girl after girl show up, fresh faced, adorable and their beauty just washed away. We were nothing to him…

'...he was like a vampire. He sucked the life out of these girls for decades'.

Lisa Loving Barrett, Hefner's executive a*sistant during the late 1970s and 80s, said that Hefner had a stockpile of Quaaludes, the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby's accusers claimed he drugged them with.

Barrett said that at the Playboy mansion the drug was known as the 'leg spreaders' and that they were regarded as a 'necessary evil' because they made women do anything.

Hefner would have his own prescription, as would Barrett and others who worked at the mansion and Hefner would collect them all and keep them all in a drawer in his bedroom, ready to give to women who he brought there.

Barrett claimed that Hefner would take small amounts of the amphetamine Dexedrine every day to keep himself alert.

Cocaine was a 'big deal' in the house and there was a powder room off the great hall where underneath an ornate toilet paper holder there was a 'pile of cocaine'.

The drug was so widely available that one of Hefner's poodles became addicted to it and used to lick it off the floor, Theodore claims.



The drugs helped fuel the horrifying 'Pig Nights' which happened every Thursday, according to Stefan Tetenbaum, Hefner's valet between 1978 and 1981.

Hefner would instruct two pimps to bring half a dozen women each to the mansion from Sunset Strip, which at the time was notorious for prostitution.

Hefner thought the women were 'pigs' but ordered his VIP male friends not to call them that, the film claims.

A doctor would first examine the women for any diseases or infections before they could have s*x with the guests.

Tetenbaum tells the documentary: 'Sometimes he had a special woman who would come up, she was called The Bleeder.

'She would use a very large syringe and draw blood from these different friends and a girl would come and perform fellatio or give them a hand job'.

The documentary claims that for some reason John Belushi, a regular guest at the Playboy mansion, loved this and it would 'turn him on'.


Hefner had always had multiple girlfriends but by the 2000s he was going out numerous times a week with seven blondes who he said were all dating him at the same time.

Among them was Holly Madison who became his 'special one', or main girlfriend, and moved into the Playboy mansion aged 21 in 2000.

On her first night out with Hefner and his other girlfriends he offered her a Quaalude and said they were known as 'thigh openers' in the 1970s.

She declined but ended up having s*x with him and the other girls that night.

'It was all very mechanical and robotic and you'd follow the other women's lead. It was really gross to me how Hef didn't want to use protection,' Madison says in the film.

Madison explains that Hefner 'love bombed' her in the beginning but over time 'brainwashed' her.


She had a 9pm curfew, was discouraged from leaving the Playboy mansion unless it was a family holiday and couldn't wear red lipstick.

She also reveals how Hefner once flipped out when she cut her blonde hair short, saying it made her look 'old, hard and cheap'.

Hefner pitted his girlfriends against each other and the plastic surgery was 'compulsive' as they tried to keep up with each other.

The lifestyle inside the mansion led her to get into a 'cycle of gross things and I didn't know what to do,' she said.

Madison admits that at one point she began feeling suicidal, but starring in the E! reality TV series The Girls Next Door gave her her self-esteem back.

'I was afraid to leave. Something always lingering at the back of my mind since the very beginning,' Madison said.

'If I left there there was this mountain of revenge pr0n waiting to come out.

'When you'd go out with Hef he was taking all kinds of nekkid pictures of these women when we're wasted out of minds and he would print off eight copies, for him and all the women and pass them around. It was just gross.

'I drank heavily every night we went out, it was my way of coping with the situation.

'The drama between me and the other women became so bad. Imagine having s*x with somebody in a room full of women who all hate you and are all talking s*** about you,' she added.

Another woman whose experience with Hefner became increasingly disturbing was Jennifer Saginor.

The daughter of Hefner's personal doctor for 40 years, she started living at the Playboy mansion in Los Angeles at the age of 11.

According to Saginor, Hefner regarded her as his 'daughter' but when she was 17 - still a minor - Hefner called her to his bedroom where she found him and a Playmate she had fallen in love with.

Suddenly the 'energy shifted' as Hefner tried to get them to all have s*x.

Saginor said: 'I was like, my dad's down the hall. He said: "We're all family here".'

The Playmate, who Saginor calls 'Kendall', burst into tears and went into the bathroom, bringing an abrupt end to the encounter.

Years later when Saginor wrote a book about her childhood, she claims that Hefner asked her not to talk about that incident.

She claims that he got a slew of media interviews she was due to give canceled in apparent revenge for talking out.

According to the documentary, Hefner had a stockpile of Quaaludes, the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby's accusers claimed he drugged them with, which he referred to as 'leg spreaders'
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According to the documentary, Hefner had a stockpile of Quaaludes, the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby's accusers claimed he drugged them with, which he referred to as 'leg spreaders'

Saginor says in the series: 'I was always taught it was OK to speak your mind yet I knew that a certain level of loyalty went along with belonging in this inner circle.

'There was some level of fear there would be repercussions for breaking that loyalty.'

Saginor said it was 'so hypocritical' given that freedom of speech and the First Amendment was something Hefner had advocated for his whole life.

The documentary also reveals how Hefner's s*xual interests sometimes verged into even more lurid territory, including one of his dogs.

'I walked in once and he was' [gestures with hand] 'to our dog,' Theodore said.

'I said what are you doing? He said dogs have needs. I said stop that! I never let him be alone with our dog again.'

A more disturbing incident happened with Linda Lovelace when she arrived at the Playboy Mansion and was forced into an orgy with Hefner's male friends.

Former Playboy Bunny Mother PJ Masten said: 'All the guys were laughing when she got out of the limousine. She was drunk and drugged.

'All of a sudden out of nowhere a German Shepherd shows up. They got her so messed up they made her give the German shepherd oral s*x. You want to talk about depravity? This is despicable!'

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 4 months ago '12        #2
Ethan Hunt  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x115 OP
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fu*king craziness
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 4 months ago '22        #3
BReNDon 
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If he was black he would've been labelled a pimp from jump
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 4 months ago '12        #4
Ethan Hunt  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x115 OP
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 BReNDon said
If he was black he would've been labelled a pimp from jump
truth
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 4 months ago '14        #5
strungout  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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im glad his son went in another direction , and is putting transgender models on the cover (i think they even got a whole man on there now) possibly to try and distance himself as much as he can from this stuff that is now coming to light..or to possibly try and protect the brand
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 4 months ago '20        #6
Amac132 
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Funny how a man dies, the free money disappears and now he's labeled as. Vampire r@pist. Typical wh#re $hit . Just trying to find a free bag from whoever will give it to them.
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 4 months ago '07        #7
PurpleKush 
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None of these bi*ches were forced to do anything
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 4 months ago '19        #8
Makrich  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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bi*ch was sucking dog d*ck...


There's a lesson in there somewhere...
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 4 months ago '18        #9
BrooklynDamien  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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"while masquerading as a champion of s*xual freedom"
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 4 months ago '07        #10
dollababy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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Good for him.
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 4 months ago '10        #11
Trilluminati GA 
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Hoe problems
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 4 months ago '11        #12
Silencer  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Now that sh*ts all homo'd up

How do you grow up in a household seeing a lot of big name actresses pretty much a*s nekkid in your back yard and still turn out gay?



To each his own tho
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Top 10 most propped recently  4 months ago '20        #13
OnlyFactz100  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x49
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Used to watch The Girls Next Door for an easy fix as a youngin' just like The Flavor Of Love. Strictly hoe purposes. They won't make those shows anymore though.



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 4 months ago '05        #14
pippen33 
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Did anyone really expect anything different

I kind of just a*sumed that sh*t was going on

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 4 months ago '17        #15
lil boosie vert 
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lol i know artie lange has a story or 2 about partying at the mansion
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 4 months ago '21        #16
Playboy69  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x14
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 Ethan Hunt said



EXCLUSIVE: 'He really believed he owned these women.' How Hugh Hefner demanded orgies five nights a week, drugged women with 'leg spreader' Quaaludes and hosted weekly 'Pig Nights' with 'ugly' prostitutes, new doc reveals
New A&E docuseries, Secrets of Playboy, will lift the lid on the 'dark underbelly' of

Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion

The documentary, premiering January 24, reveals how the Playboy mansion and clubs became seedy playgrounds for drug use, s*xual abuse, and even bestiality

According to ex-girlfriend Sondra Theodore, Hef demanded group s*x five nights a week: 'You couldn't satisfy him. He wanted more and more and more'
'It was cult-like.

The women had been groomed and led to believe they were part of this family,' Miki Garcia, former director of Playmate promotions said
Hefner, who died in 2017 at age 91, also hosted weekly 'Pig Nights', during which he would bring in 'ugly' prostitutes to have s*x with his friends
He also kept a stockpile of Quaaludes, known at the mansion as 'leg spreaders' and were regarded as a 'necessary evil' because they made women do anything


Playboy founder Hugh Hefner was a 'vampire' who manipulated and drugged dozens of young women into taking part in degrading orgies, while masquerading as a champion of s*xual freedom, according to a shocking new documentary.

'Secrets of Playboy', a 10-part docuseries premiering on A&E on January 24, is set to lift the lid on the 'dark underbelly' of Playboy and how its venues became a seedy playground for drug use, s*xual abuse, and even bestiality.

The series delves into the hidden truths behind Playboy with exclusive interviews with insiders, including Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriends Holly Madison and Sondra Theodore, as well as former 'Bunny Mother' PJ Masten.


Theodore, now 65, reveals how there was group s*x at the mansion five nights a week, which 'broke me like you'd break a horse.'

Hefner would also host weekly 'Pig Nights' during which he would he would bring in a dozen 'ugly' prostitutes to have s*x with his friends.

VIP members of the Playboy nightclubs could do as they pleased, including revered Soul Train host Don Cornelius who allegedly held two Playboy bunnies hostage and r*ped one of them, according to the docuseries.

Holly Madison, a model who dated Hefner for eight years, also tells how Hefner refused to use protection during s*x and how the Playboy Bunny lifestyle a even led her to consider suicide.

The series also includes interviews with Linda Lovelace, the 1970s pr0n star who found fame with the film Deep Throat, who says she was treated like a 'piece of meat' and forced to perform oral s*x on a German Shepherd while Hefner and his friends watched.

The documentary is a critical reexamination of the legacy of iconic Playboy publisher, who died in 2017 aged 91.

Hefner was just 27 years old when he launched the first edition of Playboy magazine in 1953.

Featuring Marilyn Monroe on the cover, the first issue sold more than 50,000 copies and spawned an empire which spanned decades.

By the 1970s Playboy was selling seven million copies a month and Hefner opened up dozens of Playboy clubs where members gained entry using a key which literally opened the front door.


Hefner fashioned himself as a champion of freedom of s*xuality and freedom of speech in a repressive post-war era.

But the backlash began in the 1970s with the feminist movement which decried his objectification of women.

In recent years Playboy has struggled to stay relevant - the magazine stopped printing physical copies in 2020 - and many former Playmates have spoken out against the culture in the wake of the MeToo movement.

'Secrets of Playboy' is arguably the most damning portrayal so far and has extensive interviews with many of Hefner's former close a*sociates and Playboy Bunnies.

According to Miki Garcia, former director of Playmate promotions: 'It was cult-like. The women had been groomed and led to believe they were part of this family. He (Hefner) really did believe he owned these women.

'We had Playmates that overdosed, that committed suicide'.

One of the most disturbing accounts comes from Sondra Theodore, a former model and actress who dated Hefner in the late 1970s and 80s.

She described how his s*xual demands turned nasty and admits he 'scared me at the end...you couldn't satisfy him. He wanted more and more and more.'

'The group s*x was at least five nights a week. They had a protocol. He liked to direct and you didn't segue away from it because you could tell it irritated him,' she added.

Theodore said Hefner was a prolific drug user, sending her out to buy cocaine numerous times, and the s*x 'broke me like you'd break a horse'.

'It just got ugly, I felt like I was a ringmaster, I had to put on the same show on every night,' she said.

'It was the same script: "welcome to the family, we're embracing you." It was all a lie.

'I watched girl after girl show up, fresh faced, adorable and their beauty just washed away. We were nothing to him…

'...he was like a vampire. He sucked the life out of these girls for decades'.

Lisa Loving Barrett, Hefner's executive a*sistant during the late 1970s and 80s, said that Hefner had a stockpile of Quaaludes, the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby's accusers claimed he drugged them with.

Barrett said that at the Playboy mansion the drug was known as the 'leg spreaders' and that they were regarded as a 'necessary evil' because they made women do anything.

Hefner would have his own prescription, as would Barrett and others who worked at the mansion and Hefner would collect them all and keep them all in a drawer in his bedroom, ready to give to women who he brought there.

Barrett claimed that Hefner would take small amounts of the amphetamine Dexedrine every day to keep himself alert.

Cocaine was a 'big deal' in the house and there was a powder room off the great hall where underneath an ornate toilet paper holder there was a 'pile of cocaine'.

The drug was so widely available that one of Hefner's poodles became addicted to it and used to lick it off the floor, Theodore claims.



The drugs helped fuel the horrifying 'Pig Nights' which happened every Thursday, according to Stefan Tetenbaum, Hefner's valet between 1978 and 1981.

Hefner would instruct two pimps to bring half a dozen women each to the mansion from Sunset Strip, which at the time was notorious for prostitution.

Hefner thought the women were 'pigs' but ordered his VIP male friends not to call them that, the film claims.

A doctor would first examine the women for any diseases or infections before they could have s*x with the guests.

Tetenbaum tells the documentary: 'Sometimes he had a special woman who would come up, she was called The Bleeder.

'She would use a very large syringe and draw blood from these different friends and a girl would come and perform fellatio or give them a hand job'.

The documentary claims that for some reason John Belushi, a regular guest at the Playboy mansion, loved this and it would 'turn him on'.


Hefner had always had multiple girlfriends but by the 2000s he was going out numerous times a week with seven blondes who he said were all dating him at the same time.

Among them was Holly Madison who became his 'special one', or main girlfriend, and moved into the Playboy mansion aged 21 in 2000.

On her first night out with Hefner and his other girlfriends he offered her a Quaalude and said they were known as 'thigh openers' in the 1970s.

She declined but ended up having s*x with him and the other girls that night.

'It was all very mechanical and robotic and you'd follow the other women's lead. It was really gross to me how Hef didn't want to use protection,' Madison says in the film.

Madison explains that Hefner 'love bombed' her in the beginning but over time 'brainwashed' her.


She had a 9pm curfew, was discouraged from leaving the Playboy mansion unless it was a family holiday and couldn't wear red lipstick.

She also reveals how Hefner once flipped out when she cut her blonde hair short, saying it made her look 'old, hard and cheap'.

Hefner pitted his girlfriends against each other and the plastic surgery was 'compulsive' as they tried to keep up with each other.

The lifestyle inside the mansion led her to get into a 'cycle of gross things and I didn't know what to do,' she said.

Madison admits that at one point she began feeling suicidal, but starring in the E! reality TV series The Girls Next Door gave her her self-esteem back.

'I was afraid to leave. Something always lingering at the back of my mind since the very beginning,' Madison said.

'If I left there there was this mountain of revenge pr0n waiting to come out.

'When you'd go out with Hef he was taking all kinds of nekkid pictures of these women when we're wasted out of minds and he would print off eight copies, for him and all the women and pass them around. It was just gross.

'I drank heavily every night we went out, it was my way of coping with the situation.

'The drama between me and the other women became so bad. Imagine having s*x with somebody in a room full of women who all hate you and are all talking s*** about you,' she added.

Another woman whose experience with Hefner became increasingly disturbing was Jennifer Saginor.

The daughter of Hefner's personal doctor for 40 years, she started living at the Playboy mansion in Los Angeles at the age of 11.

According to Saginor, Hefner regarded her as his 'daughter' but when she was 17 - still a minor - Hefner called her to his bedroom where she found him and a Playmate she had fallen in love with.

Suddenly the 'energy shifted' as Hefner tried to get them to all have s*x.

Saginor said: 'I was like, my dad's down the hall. He said: "We're all family here".'

The Playmate, who Saginor calls 'Kendall', burst into tears and went into the bathroom, bringing an abrupt end to the encounter.

Years later when Saginor wrote a book about her childhood, she claims that Hefner asked her not to talk about that incident.

She claims that he got a slew of media interviews she was due to give canceled in apparent revenge for talking out.

According to the documentary, Hefner had a stockpile of Quaaludes, the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby's accusers claimed he drugged them with, which he referred to as 'leg spreaders'
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According to the documentary, Hefner had a stockpile of Quaaludes, the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby's accusers claimed he drugged them with, which he referred to as 'leg spreaders'

Saginor says in the series: 'I was always taught it was OK to speak your mind yet I knew that a certain level of loyalty went along with belonging in this inner circle.

'There was some level of fear there would be repercussions for breaking that loyalty.'

Saginor said it was 'so hypocritical' given that freedom of speech and the First Amendment was something Hefner had advocated for his whole life.

The documentary also reveals how Hefner's s*xual interests sometimes verged into even more lurid territory, including one of his dogs.

'I walked in once and he was' [gestures with hand] 'to our dog,' Theodore said.

'I said what are you doing? He said dogs have needs. I said stop that! I never let him be alone with our dog again.'

A more disturbing incident happened with Linda Lovelace when she arrived at the Playboy Mansion and was forced into an orgy with Hefner's male friends.

Former Playboy Bunny Mother PJ Masten said: 'All the guys were laughing when she got out of the limousine. She was drunk and drugged.

'All of a sudden out of nowhere a German Shepherd shows up. They got her so messed up they made her give the German shepherd oral s*x. You want to talk about depravity? This is despicable!'

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 4 months ago '21        #17
JMONEY95  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I'd rather get shot than suck off a damn German Shepherd!!!! fu*k wrong with her??
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 4 months ago '21        #18
TheIronyIsThat  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Is anyone shocked that a person who controls a magazine based on s*x would do any of these things?



You're going to have to arrest nearly everyone in the entertainment, media and music industry.

Edit:

They had multiple celebrities that promoted or did photo shoots with Terry Richardson, a known s*xual predator who was/is using his power to r*pe women in the guise of..."photography and art".


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 4 months ago '10        #19
quan3106  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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This is hindsight over accountability…them women did what they had to to be in the mix…power corrupts but the pursuit to be around it cost u a lot as well..
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 4 months ago '16        #20
00010111  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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Always wondered how he got away with the sh*t he did very openly...
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 4 months ago '19        #21
Nirvanaman223 
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It's been in the open he ran one of the country's first honeypots. It was also said he helped / was a a*set of the C.I.A. He specialized putting important people in compromising situations . IYKYK


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 4 months ago '21        #22
maybehood 
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Actions have consequences

 4 months ago '19        #23
Nirvanaman223 
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 00010111 said
Always wondered how he got away with the sh*t he did very openly...
The n*gga was a famous pimp who had a even more famous brothel ( playboy mansion) . Life is like a fu*king movie lol
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 4 months ago '04        #24
Javon23  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x17
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Of course the main point of reference is a black man



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 4 months ago '17        #25
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