Hugh Hefner, the founder of the famous adult magazine Playboy, has always been in controversy due to his lifestyle. Many women have made serious allegations against Hefner in a new documentary, like forcing sex and giving drugs. Now the statement from the company (Playboy) has also come on these allegations.
Playboy has said it “strongly supports” women who have recently come forward with “accusations of hateful acts” by its late founder Hugh Hefner. Hefner died in 2017 at the age of 91.
In A&E Network’s Secrets of Playboy documentary series, Hefner has been accused of sexting and drugging women in his Playboy Mansion and nightclubs. One of Hugh Hefner’s ex-girlfriends described her as a “vampire” who “sucked up the lives of young girls”.
What were the allegations against Hugh Hefner?
American model Holly Madison, who dated Hefner for eight years, has said that she was made addicted to alcohol. Once upon a time, the idea of giving his life even came to him. She says that Hefner “brainwashed” and controlled her to such an extent that she was terrified at the thought of escaping from Mansion. Holly Madison also noted that her sex tapes were made without informing her.
There was also a sex party called “Pig Night” every Thursday in Hugh Hefner’s palace. Hugh Hefner specially organized this party for his VIP friends. During this time, sex workers were called to undergo a medical examination.
At the same time, Sondra Theodore, a former model and actress who had dated Hefner in the 1970s and 80s, said, “I saw one girl after another, each time a new face, adorable, beautiful. We were there for her.” There was nothing.”
Sondra claimed that group sex events were held in Hefner’s bungalow served drugs. This work was done five days a week. Hefner built a unique Playboy Mansion for himself, in which he lived with several girls. Hefner had physical relations with many.
On the allegations of women, the company said- “We believe in women and their stories. At the same time, we strongly support those who have come forward to share their experiences.”
Let us tell you that Hugh Hefner founded Playboy in 1953. Soon it became the best selling adult magazine in the world. Once, seven million copies were sold in just one month. However, after Hefner died in 2017, the company stopped printing the magazine.