In 2016, Hugh Hefner sold the Playboy Mansion, and after his death on September 27, 2017, no one is quite sure what awaits the Playboy Empire. For a long time, the Mansion was a dream of many, and a lot of people are wondering about the next step for Playboy. In a time like this, here are some secrets about the mansion and residents that you probably didn't know.
On Sundays, Hugh organized pool parties and movie screenings in his home theater. Holly Madison, former Bunny said that he was always "Mansplaining" , he would condescendingly explain what was happening as if she couldn't understand on her own. He would, however, avoid discussions related to politics, the in general, and books.
Not Glamorous at All
Izabella, one of the ex-Playboy playmates, says that the Mansion was not glamorous at all. All the rooms had mismatched furniture and looked like it was assembled from a charity shop. She even wrote about it in her autobiography called "Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion."
Thursday night was the only night when nothing was planned. Sundays were for pool parties, Mondays were called Manly-Night Mondays, Tuesdays were for the Hef to spend time with his ex-wife and sons, clubbing was reserved for Wednesdays and Fridays, and on Saturday - dinner and a movie.