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Crystal Hefner Co-Signs Holly Madisons Blackmail Claims About Hugh Hefner

Jan 26, 2022

On AnE’s ‘Secrets of Playboy’, which premiered its first two episodes on Monday, Holly claimed that the late Playboy mogul had naked pictures of women which later he would use as a form of blackmail.

AceShowbizCrystal Hefner has weighed in on Holly Madison‘s shocking allegations against Hugh Hefner on A&E’s “Secrets of Playboy” docuseries. Taking to her Twitter account on Tuesday, January 25, the ex-wife of the Playboy magazine founder confirmed Holly’s claims that Hugh had “all kinds of naked pictures” of women.

“I found thousands of those disposable camera photos you are talking about @hollymadison,” Crystal, who married Hugh from 2012 until his death in 2017, wrote on the blue bird app. “I immediately ripped them up and destroyed every single one of them for you and the countless other women in them. They’re gone.”

Holly caught wind of Crystal’s response. She replied to her former “Girls Next Door” co-star, “Thank you.”

On “Secrets of Playboy”, which premiered its first two episodes on Monday, Holly claimed that Hugh had naked pictures of women which later he would use as a form of blackmail. She also said that she was “afraid” to leave the Playboy Mansion, because Hugh allegedly had “a mountain of revenge porn waiting to come out.”

On the 10-part docuseries, Holly further explained that the pictures were why she stayed in the Mansion. “His friends were always so supportive and speaking so highly of him. But that’s the only side of him they ever saw. They had no idea what was going on behind closed doors and how the women were treated,” she said.

“When I lived at the mansion, I was afraid to leave. Something that was always lingering in the back of my mind, I think since the very beginning, was that if I left there was just this mountain of revenge porn just waiting to come out,” Holly further alleged.

The mother of two added, “When you would go out with Hef, he’s taking all kinds of naked pictures of these women when we’re wasted out of our minds. And he would print out like eight copies for him and all the women, you pass them around. It was just gross.”

Hugh’s son Cooper Hefner and former Playmate Brande Roderick recently defended him. As for Playboy, it issued a statement on January 20 which read, “Today’s Playboy is not Hugh Hefner’s Playboy. We trust and validate these women and their stories and we strongly support those individuals who have come forward to share their experiences. … We will never be afraid to confront the parts of our legacy as a company that do not reflect our values today. We are committed to our ongoing evolution as a company and to driving positive change for our communities.”

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