Usually, it’s men who have had no issue with the Playboy Mansion.
British supermodel Kate Moss is among the women who were just fine with Hugh Hefner, the mansion and anyone who decided to dress up like a bunny.
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Moss, 48, got the chance to check it all out firsthand. She shot an eight-page spread and adorned the magazine cover back in 2013.
“Well, I met Hugh Hefner, I went to his house. I really liked him and he was there with his kids and a few of his bunnies and one of his bunnies took me round the house and gave me a tour and stuff,” she told Vogue.
“I met his secretary who’d been with him for like 70 years, they’re just like a lovely institution or something, family vibes. I don’t know, I really liked it, there was nothing like seedy or gross about it. It was kind of really playful.”
Secrets of Playboy
Hefner died in 2017 at the age of 71. While Moss has the late mogul’s back, others who spent a significant amount of time at the mansion have a different tale to tell.
For instance, former bunnies Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt both dated Hefner. They have shared their own opinions of him on their podcast.
Both said that Hefner kept a “black book” to keep a record of those who lived in the mansion. Madison also went into detail about what sleeping with Hefner was like.
Along with that, A&E recently aired a 10-part documentary, entitled Secrets of Playboy. The documentary shed some light on what was supposedly Hefner’s darker side.
“He was a predator,” Hefner’s ex-girlfriend Sondra Theodore, 65, once told the New York Post. “I watched him, I watched his game. And I watched a lot of girls go through [the Playboy Mansion] gates looking farm-fresh, and leaving looking tired and haggard.”
Moss, however, clearly has a different view of things.