5 Of The Most Batsh*t Things Playboy Bunnys Have Said About Living In The Playboy Mansion
Hugh Hefner passed away last night at the age of 91, and people have started to reminisce about the type of person he was while he was alive.
Famous for wearing a red velvet dressing gown with numerous women on each arm, Hugh was the founder of Playboy Magazine and lived his dream in the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
But what exactly was life like for the women living with him? Some former Playmates have come forward over the years to reveal what they experienced within those four walls, and for the most part it’s pretty crazy.
1. “Although we all did our best to decorate our rooms and make them homey, the mattresses on our beds were disgusting — old, worn and stained. The sheets were past their best too.” — Izabella St. James in her book, Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion
2. “At about the minute mark, I pulled away and it was done. It was like a job. Clock in, clock out. It’s not like I enjoyed having sex with him.” —Kendra Wilkinson in her book, Sliding Into Home
3. “It’s like being with a grandad. Not long ago they called in the nurse because he’d had a fall in the grotto.” — Carla Howe, speaking to The Mirror
4. “If you do something wrong, you’ll get an email. There’s a strict code of conduct. There are even rules about Instagram and Twitter. You’ve got to show everything in a good light and if you’re drunk in a picture you’ll be in trouble.” — Melissa Howe, speaking to The Mirror
5. Holly Madison wrote that he’d make his sons Marston and Cooper (then aged 9 and 10), share a bedroom with a girlfriend. It was “Bedroom 3” which had three beds and a private bathroom. “Though they never stayed over when I was there, there were still toys scattered across the bedroom floor which made for an incredibly odd and, frankly, creepy juxtaposition.”
Despite the creepiness, Kendra Wilkinson has paid tribute to Hugh Hefner in a lovely way. Speaking to E! news earlier today, the now 32-year-old said, “Hef changed my life. He made me the person I am today. I couldn’t be more thankful for our friendship and our time together. I will miss him so much but he will be in my heart forever.”
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