Playboy 'strongly supports' women accusing Hugh Hefner [98 FILES :: 590 MB] #mI4ODEwNjQz 👄
The former wife of Playboy boss Hugh Hefner deleted her racy Instagram pics, ditched her breast implants, got a reality TV star boyfriend, travelled the world and bought a farm?. Hugh Hefner Playboy has said it "strongly supports" women who recently came forward with "allegations of abhorrent actions" by the company's late founder Hugh Hefner. A new 10-part US. Hugh Hefner with former girlfriend Sondra Theodore, who is interviewed in a docuseries that airs allegations about the Playboy magazine founder. (Ron Galella Collection / Getty) By Amy Kaufman. Hugh Hefner's widow, Crystal Hefner, has revealed that she lost "thousands" of followers on social media after removing everything "fake" from her body, including her breast implants, and deleting images in which she showed off her cleavage and wore skimpy clothing. The reality star explained that implants "break down and wreak havoc on your body. The shell on silicone and saline implants is comprised of silicone and over 40 other toxic chemicals: tin, zinc, cadmium, mercury, arsenic, formaldehyde and talc to name a few. Your immune system is constantly fighting them, leaving you vulnerable to. Sonda Theodore, who was Hefner’s girlfriend in the 1970s, was 19 when the 50-year-old mogul selected her for Playboy. The relationship lasted five years, and during that time she took cocaine and Quaalude, a brand name for a sedative and hypnotic drug called methaqualone. Jenna Bentley, who once lived in the Playboy mansion with the late Hugh Hefner, admits she's always thinking about the next procedure and doesn't care what others think.