'Secrets of Playboy': Hugh Hefner held 'Pig Nights' with prostitutes and celebrities
Hugh Hefner, the late founder of Playboy magazine lead quite the wild life. A&E's new upcoming docuseries, AceShowbiz 'Secrets of Playboy,' only scratches the surface but already quite a few unsavory details are emerging about Hefner's famous million dollar mansion.
The docuseries will soon talk more about Hugh Hefner's weekly party that he called 'Pig Nights', held at his mansion where prostitutes would be brought in to entertain celebrities invited to the party. Hefner's former girlfriend Sondra Theodore chimed in and also revealed in the docuseries that it would start with "2 pimps bringing in car loads of prostitutes from Sunset Blvd."
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Sondra revealed that she would try and look away from the crazy stuff that Hefner did. She also disclosed that the prostitutes who were brought to the party were not allowed to know that he had named the party 'Pig Night'. Insiders from Hefner's mansion revealed that he would usually sit at the head of the table smoking his famous pipe while the hookers were eating, drinking, watching movies with the celebrities who attended the party. However, the insiders also revealed that Hefner was not a careless party animal and he would always ensure safety. The prostitutes were ranked and quick medical checks were conducted before celebrities could take them inside rooms for sexual trysts. 'Secrets of Playboy' also explains that the evening dinner party also "served as a jumping-off point for sex parties."
Hefner's widow Crystal Hefner also spoke at length about how she regrets having been a Playboy model herself. "Over five years, my account has shifted from not always safe for work posts to my REAL safe for work life," she wrote on her Instagram account earlier this month. "The real me. I was living for other people before, to make others happy, suffering internally in the process." She also talked about how her Playboy appearances took down her social media fame. "Modesty is what empowers me these days, and because it feels so much better internally, it will probably be this way for the rest of my life," she said. The model further claimed that she has "removed everything fake from my body" and deleted her old photos to make her feel "that I belong more to myself."