Though they publicly denied it, all girlfriends were expected to participate in Hef's bizarre bedtime group sex ritual.
"I didn't immediately realize that all girlfriends were required to sleep with Hef," Madison writes.2.
Hef would take photos of his girlfriends and him every night before they went out, then have them delivered to each girlfriend's door the next morning.
The photos "only amplified the massive pressure to always look perfect and cause the girlfriends to spend hours critiquing their appearances," Madison writes.
It was a move new Chief Creative Office Cooper Hefner — son of creator Hugh Hefner — now says was a mistake, tweeting on Monday: alum told her seven-year-old son Hank IV the truth about Santa Claus.
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Instead execs decided to take the high road, going for a classier, more refined look.
Posting a photo of herself with the man who changed her life, she wrote: founder was the subject of several death rumors circulating around the Internet.
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Delta's posts also fueled the gossip, with numerous videos on her Instagram story showing Hugh visibly close by.
One clip she displayed her assets in a low-cut bathing suit as she partied with friends, turning the camera slightly to include Hugh in the background.