Hugh Hefner accused of engaging in all forms of bestiality

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Hugh Hefner accused of engaging in all forms of bestiality

A new docuseries on A&E explores some of the allegations against Playboy founder Hugh Hefner.

Some of the accusations range from filming sexual activities non-consensually.

There are even claims that Hefner engaged in forms of bestiality.

Former Playmate of the Month Sondra Theodore detailed the claims about Hefner, particularly the allegations of taping people against their will. “He had tapes on everybody,” Theodore, who was also a girlfriend of Hefner’s said. “The first time I looked up at the two screens he had for the TV in the bedroom and I realized it was me, I’m like, ‘Whoa, what are you doing?’ And when we started bringing other people into the bedroom, some girls had the same reaction.”

A CNN report states that “because Playboy possessed so many conduits, including the clubs, publishing and other media like the E! series “The Girls Next Door,” the docuseries has a somewhat ungainly quality as it jumps back and forth chronologically presenting accounts from those who worked for the company in some fashion.”