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Adam Novosad
January 20, 2022, 3:49pm
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Playboy Boss Hugh Hefner Required Orgies 5 Times a Week According to New Documentary

Hugh Hefner died in 2017 at the age of 91, but the way he lived and operated is only coming to the surface now in the new documentary series.

Adam Novosad
January 20, 2022, 3:49pm
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In a new documentary series, the late head of Playboy magazine, Hugh Hefner, is accused of drugging and abusing his bunnies in the iconic villa.

 

Not only reporters but also Hefner's ex-girlfriends Holly Madison and Sondra Theodore appear in the series. They openly talk about what the conglomerate media owner was capable of, LadBible informs.

 

The series is particularly interesting because of the critical look at Hefner's status as an admirer of women. It also ponders on whether and where Playboy's founder may have crossed boundaries of morality and perhaps even the law.

"The group sex 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," explains Sondra Theodore.

 

 

According to her, it often happened that Hefner's sexual demands went beyond tolerable limits. At the end of the relationship, she allegedly developed a fear of him because he kept wanting more and more. She couldn't keep him satisfied as she had hoped, and hard drugs also played a role in the couple's sexual life. Hefner sent her several times to buy cocaine, and she eventually had to break up with him because she could no longer tolerate that lifestyle.

 
Holly Madison spent eight years with Playboy's owner, during which, according to her, he refused to use condoms in any sexual intercourse. These concerns, along with the presence of drugs and media attention, have led her to even consider suicide.

 


According to his former assistant Lisa Loving Barrett, Hefner was a lover of sedatives known as quaaludes, which he called "leg spreaders." The media magician himself allegedly kept a supply of these pills by his bed to drug women, so he could do whatever he wanted with them.

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