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According To Hugh Hefner's Ex, People (Including Hefner) Were Having Sex With Dogs At The Playboy Mansion

By Gina Florio··  3 min read
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It's certainly no secret that Hugh Hefner was a sex-addicted degenerate who used his Playboy Mansion as a space where women were routinely exploited for the pleasure of men.

Gloria Steinem went undercover as a cocktail waitress at a Playboy club to gather behind-the-scenes information and write an exposé. She found that Playboy bunnies were required to wear heels, lie about their age, forego all their tips, and undergo a medical exam that included an "internal physical." And that was just the tip of the iceberg.

There was also a 10-hour A&E documentary series called Secrets of Playboy that exposed the "dark reality underneath the glossy exterior of Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Empire.” It included accounts from Hefner's ex-girlfriends, Hefner's personal valet, bunnies, etc. One person told stories of how they were forced to cover up rapes and abductions of two bunnies who worked at the L.A. club.

Hugh Hefner's Ex-Girlfriend Says She Witnessed Bestiality at the Playboy Mansion

It's bad enough to think about all the women who were propped up as sexual toys for men to play with whenever they wanted, but now we hear accounts from Hefner's ex-girlfriend that there was bestiality taking place at the Playboy mansion.

Sondra Theodore dated Hefner for five years in the 1970s and in the same docuseries she revealed that she caught him having sexual relations with their dog.

"I walked in once and he was ... to my dog, to our dog," Theodore said. "I was like, 'What are you doing?' He says, 'Well, dogs have needs.' And I said, 'Stop that.'" After that, Theodore never left Hefner alone with their dog again. "I couldn't believe what I was seeing," she said.

"I walked in once and he was ... to my dog, to our dog."

As if that wasn't enough, a former Playboy employee, PJ Masten, said in the same episode that Linda Lovelace, an adult-film actor, performed oral sex on a dog in front of men in a car ride on the way to the mansion. Masten's boyfriend at the time was the head of security at the Playboy mansion in L.A., and he said he witnessed Lovelace getting out of a limousine "drunk and drugged" and "all the guys were laughing."

"All of a sudden, out of nowhere, a German shepherd shows up. They got her so messed up that they made her give the German shepherd oral sex," Masten said. "You want to talk about depravity? This is despicable." 

Hugh Hefner's Family Denies Any of This Happened

When pressed about these disturbing accounts, Hefner's son Cooper denied that any of this took place.

"Some may not approve of the life my Dad chose, but my father was not a liar. However unconventional, he was sincere in his approach and lived honestly," Cooper Hefner tweeted. "He was generous in nature and cared deeply for people. These salacious stories are a case study of regret becoming revenge." 

"They got her so messed up that they made her give the German shepherd oral sex."

There are many comments in this thread lamenting how Cooper's legendary father is simply having his memory tarnished and there's no truth to any of the allegations.

What happened to "believe all women?" It seems like this sentiment only applies to the women whose sexual assault and harassment stories can only be used to further a specific political agenda, and when those women don't fall in line with this agenda, their stories are simply tossed to the side.

As all of these accounts continue to pour out in the wake of Hefner's death in 2017, we can't help but wonder what other kind of horrific things happened at the Playboy mansion.

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