The Playboy cover model and reality star dishes about what really went on in the Playboy Mansion in her book, "Sliding Into Home. At the very least, I would make a couple hundred dollars, meet some cool people, and get a chance to check out the Playboy Mansion. How could I turn that down? And besides, it was Zack who had initiated the whole thing. So it seemed totally logical that when the photographer posted the photos on One Model Place — a sort of MySpace for models — if any work came from it, Zack would support me. Well, the photographer posted the photos, and that same day a guy named Mark called from Playboy and asked about me.
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Hugh Hefner Dead at 91: Relive the Legendary Playboy Founder’s Life in Pictures
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel opens today in select cities across the country. As the title implies, the documentary spotlights the life of year-old entrepreneur, and argues that in addition to providing horny men of all ages with images of naked ladies, he has been an outspoken pioneer for freedom and civil rights. Since Playboy is years-old, we decided to bring you 57 facts about the man who made a living by living out the male fantasy. You might be surprised to learn that the name Playboy was a last minute substitute, Hefner was nine when he published his first newspaper, and the infamous heterosexual man of leisure has done some dabbling in homosexuality. Read more after the jump. Hefner attended Northwestern University for a semester, taking graduate courses in women and gender studies and sociology.
Kendra Wilkinson: How I became Hef’s girlfriend
Katie has remembered how her alter-ego Jordan modelled for Playboy on multiple occasions and posted two pics of herself with Hugh online - as well as three Playboy covers, including a nude one. Next to a pic of her posing with Hugh in a bikini she wrote: "What sad news this morning of this lovely man. Great times. Before she changed her professional name to Katie Price, Jordan appeared on the cover of the raunchy magazine back in and she spent time with Hugh at the Playboy mansion.
Scott Simon. Hugh Hefner created Playboy at his kitchen table in Chicago. The magazine was blamed for or credited with setting off a cultural revolution in America, but within a few years Hefner was branded a male chauvinist.