Hugh Hefner Would Fake Cry To Get Sex, Say Former Playboy Bunnies

Hugh Hefner Would Fake Cry To Get Sex, Say Former Playboy Bunnies

Former Playboy Bunnies have claimed that Hugh Hefner would pretend to cry to manipulate the women into having sex with him. Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt recalled the former mogul’s antics on their podcast, Girls Next Level, as they continued to discuss what it was like living with someone who “held all the power in the relationship.”

  1. Madison thought she was the only person Hefner pulled this trick with. The idea was simple enough: Hefner would pretend to be in tears and Madison would feel bad for him and agree to have sex with him so he wouldn’t be sad anymore. She felt isolated and believed it was only happening to her until one of the newer Bunnies mentioned Hefner doing the same to her.
  2. Finding out Hefner did this to other women changed Madison’s perception of Hefner. She suddenly realized that he obviously wasn’t just manipulating her, he was taking advantage of tons of women.
  3. Marquardt remembers the same thing happening to her. Not only would Hefner use his fake ry to get her into bed, but he also forced the Bunnies to follow him around and beg him for their $1,000 weekly allowance. “You had to track this multi-millionaire business mogul, who still, at that time, was very much the editor-in-chief of Playboy Magazine with a very busy day – you had to track him down and be like, ‘Hi honey, can I collect my allowance?'”
  4. Literally no one enjoyed having sex with Hefner. On previous episodes of their podcast, Madison and Marquardt admitted that every woman in the mansion felt like sex with Hefner was a “choreĀ£ and that no one wanted to do it. They even recalled scenarios in which they had to have sex with Hefner in front of other women who would “talk s–t about them” while it was happening. However, the Bunnies had to go through with it “or else we’ll get kicked out of the house.”
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