Hugh Hefner's widow Crystal says she destroyed photos of naked women allegedly used as collateral

Il fondatore di Playboy è stato oggetto di titoli per settimane come A&E has prepared to release its docuserie “I segreti di Playboy,” che ha debuttato il suo primo episodio lunedì sera.

Durante l'episodio, Agrifoglio Madison, a former Playboy model and girlfriend of Hefner, alleged that she was afraid to leave the Playboy Mansion out of fear of repercussions, in particolare a “montagna di vendetta porno” that the late publisher allegedly had in his possession.

She said that the magazine publisher had nude photos of women that he printed several copies of, which intimidated Madison into staying at the mansion.

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Martedì, Cristallo, 35, publicly reached out to Madison, 42, to let her know that she had destroyed such photos.

I found thousands of those disposable camera photos you are talking about @hollymadison,” the model wrote on Twitter. “I immediately ripped them up and destroyed every single one of them for you and the countless other women in them.

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Lei concluso: “They’re gone.

Madison fired off a simple but grateful response: “Thank you @crystalhefner.

In her initial allegations, Madison said that Hefner snapped the photos of womenwhen we’re wasted out of our minds,” print out about eight copies and distribute them.