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Hugh Hefner Admits to Not Wearing Condoms

Another tell-all about life at the Playboy mansion was released with excerpts detailing Hugh Hefner’s weekly sex parties, the dirty living conditions, being paid like whores out of a safe from Hugh’s bedroom and Hugh’s refusal to wear a condom.

In an interview with The Daily Beast, Hugh responded to the book claiming it’s “self-serving semi-fiction!” Hugh says the only reason the book, which was written almost a decade ago, came out is because of his recent engagement to Crystal Harris. He also refuted claims that Izabella St. James, real name Izabella Kasprzyk, chose to leave. Hugh says she was kicked out because she didn’t get along with the other girls. “She was in conflict with some of the nicer girls like Holly and Bridget [Marquardt, along with Kendra Wilkinson, another E! Channel fave], and I kind of cleaned house.” He’d also like to clarify a few other things.

On paying each of his girlfriends $1,000 a week in cash out of the safe in his bedroom: “That part is true. If you write it and make it sound sleazy, that’s easy to do. But the girls got a clothing allowance.”

On the strict 9 PM curfew: “That was also true—and widely publicized. It wasn’t a big secret.” Why the curfew? Hef laughs: “So they wouldn’t be running around on me!”

On Hugh handing out Quaaludes to the girls to get them horny: “If she was taking Quaaludes, she was taking them on her own. I wasn’t supplying drugs to the girls.”

On Hugh’s strict Viagra regimen where he keeps an eye on the clock after taking the pill so he’d know when he’d have to leave the club to have sex: “The description of the Viagra thing is a fantasy that reflects an ignorance in terms of the use of Viagra. Once you take Viagra, you don’t have to be looking at a watch. Viagra takes about an hour to kick in, but lasts for about half a day… It simply permits normal sexual activity.”

On testing for STDs: “Nobody in the group had sexually transmitted diseases. I was very careful and very concerned about taking care of everybody in terms of sexually transmitted disease. Absolutely there was testing. One of the things that can be pointed out is that over all the years of extensive sexual activity, nobody ever got pregnant, and nobody was having any serious problems with diseases. The only time anybody ever got pregnant in a relationship with me was the two times I was married.”

On refusing to wear a condom: “I think one of the ways that you resolve that problem is to have sex with people who don’t have sexually transmitted diseases.”

So, you see, this book is an obvious smear campaign except for the 90% of if that’s true. Also, to be clear, paying the girls $1,000 cash each week like whores sounds worse than it really is. There was no mention of the generous clothing allowance. I mean, hookers don’t get cash AND clothes. Do they?

The std testing Hugh’s talking about is probably just a spot check. Hugh just puts on his bifocals and inspects their vag before giving the thumbs up or thumbs down like a king at a gladiator challenge.

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LatinLover
LatinLover
9 years ago

I wish I was Hugh Hefner…Damn him…

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adfsfa
9 years ago

a grand a week aint s**t if you gotta play grab ass with an old man everyday.

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