Before I knew that reality TV was not reality I fell in love with the characters. I felt like I got to know Hugh Hefner and his girlfriends. But when I think about it now it sounds highly ridiculous.
Hugh Hefner really opened the doors and established the sexual revolution and made everything okay for a lot of people. He essentially built the foundation when he founded Playboy Enterprises.
Excuse me I may go off into different directions here but will link the info into words of the post.
From different sources H.H. was a control freak and any woman who lived in the mansion had to have sex with him, had a curfew and beg for their “allowance”. But if you dig deeper it gets much worse than that. Mind Control Programming, Satanic Rituals took place also took place at the mansion.
I originally would write a goodbye good job dead post but I like to post more truthful shit now. Trust me sometimes you just have to rip off the band aid and remove the wool from your eyes.
Now going into Illuminati, because yes Hef was a puppet, he opened the doors for what we are experiencing today regarding sex in all aspects. In fact since they like to keep it all in the family, hes actually related to George W. Bush and John Kerry (cousins).
Since the death (which happened Wednesday, 09/27/17) it turns out Hugh Hefner didnt leave his wife Crystal Harris ANYTHING just to his four children and assorted charities. But she signed up a pre-nup and Im sure she will be well taken care of and he will be buried next to Marilyn Monroe.
Was going to publish this but decided I wanted to do more digging into H.H. and give as much as a full report I can. For example I just learned that Hugh Hefner published nude photos of a young (10 years old!) Brooke Shields in one of his magazines. Dont believe me? See for yourself. Im not a huge fan of Brooke Shields except for The Blue Lagoon. But I can only imagine what her childhood must have been like for her own MOTHER to let some perve (Gary Gross) take nude photos of her 10 year old daughter just so she can reap the benefits of her daughter’s fame and fortune. People argue it was the 70s and that she was in Pretty Baby. Um she was a CHILD.
Here is a spiel about the legal ramifications of the photos:
“In July 1978, at the age of thirteen, Brooke Shields made front page news in Photo Magazine. The young American film prodigy was promoting the film Pretty Baby directed by Louis Malle. In the magazine, a ten-year old Brooke is shown wearing makeup, her glistening body posed naked in a bathtub. The picture comes from a series taken by Garry Gross, an advertising photographer from New York who was regularly employed by Brooke’s mother to photograph her daughter, then a model with the Ford agency. At the time, Gross was working on a project for publication entitled The Woman in the Child, in which he wanted to reveal the femininity of prepubescent girls by comparing them to adult women.
Brooke Shields posed for him both as a normal young girl and in the nude, her body heavily made up and oiled, receiving a fee of $450 from Playboy Press, Gross’s partner in the project. Her mother signed a contract giving Gross full rights to exploit the images of her daughter. The series was first published in Little Women, and then in Sugar and Spice, a Playboy Press publication. Large prints were also exhibited by Charles Jourdan on 5th Avenue in New York.
In 1981, however, Brooke Shields wanted to prevent further use of these pictures and tried unsuccessfully to buy back the negatives. A legal battle then began between Shields and Gross with Gross being sued for a million dollars. Brooke Shields claimed that her mother had agreed to give up her rights for one publication only and that the photographs caused her embarrassment. In addition, they had been published, and would probably be published again, in revues of dubious morality. Her lawyers immediately obtained a provisional measure forbidding the use of the pictures until the end of the trial. The case was won by Gross with the court considering the contract signed by Brooke Shields’ mother to be valid and binding on her daughter. Brooke Shields appealed and once again obtained a provisional ban on the use of the photographs.
Finally, after a procedure lasting for two years, the appeal court confirmed that Brooke could not invoke her right to annul the contract and that she was legally bound by her mother’s signature. The court once again reaffirmed Gross’s right to freely exploit the use of the pictures other than in a pornographic context. After the failure of their arguments concerning the validity of the contract, Brooke’s lawyers decided on a new strategy, attacking Gross for violation of Brooke Shields’ privacy. The actress claimed that the publication of the images caused her distress and embarrassment. Brooke Shields’ acting career, however, weakened the credibility of this argument since it had clearly been built by projecting an explicitly sexual image of herself. Whatever the case, the court considered that “these photographs are not sexually suggestive, provocative or pornographic, nor do they imply sexual promiscuity. They are pictures of a prepubescent girl posing innocently in her bath”. The court rejected all Brooke Shields’ claims and decided in Gross’s favour. The trial however, had ruined him financially and had tarnished his reputation. In addition, a change in attitudes towards the “politically correct” had sullied the photographs.
The story, nevertheless, had an unexpected development. In 1992, a contemporary artist called Richard Prince approached Gross about buying the rights to use and reproduce the image of Brooke Shields. In his artistic work, Prince appropriates pictures by rephotographing them, recontextualizing them and giving them a title. The picture of Brooke Shields, for example, is entitled Spiritual America. Gross was willing to retrocede his rights to Prince for a series of ten prints. Prince became a star of the contemporary art scene and his picture was sold at Christies in 1999 for $151,000.
– From “Controversies: A Legal and Ethical History of Photography” in the Bibliothèque Nationale”
But wait theres more!
Hugh Hefners Assistant committed suicide (not his secretary Mary O’ Connor from Girls Next Door but she later passed away in 2013) but it was the 70s and her name was Bobbie Arnstein. That story is kind of fishy as well. They all are in my opinion though. You never know what really happened. But what gets even more interesting is how the article brings up another Playboy bunny who committed suicide…Adrienne Pollack. The problem there is no specific articles about her, just she passed away from an overdose and that they blame Hugh Hefner and the Playboy Empire.
I wanted to see if I could dig up more info but another false flag occurred so the digging stopped. I hope this gives you enough info to decide for yourself on Hugh Hefner. Enjoy.