Hugh Hefner was THE playboy. Not only the founder of Playboy, but also the prolific ladies’ man who was rumored to have sexual encounters with some of the most beautiful and famous women in the world. While most people would be flamboyantly broadcasting their carnal knowledge to everyone if they had Hefner’s résumé, Hugh went to great lengths so that nobody would know about his sexual history.
A new report says that when Hefner was alive, he wanted to make sure that nobody found out about all of the women he had been with. Hefner allegedly had all of his secret sex tapes put in a cement-lined casket and then had it dumped into the sea. What a problem to have. Hefner’s secret sex tape stash was so enormous that he needed an entire casket meant for a human being to contain all of his erotic encounters.
Hefner became very paranoid about his personal sex tapes being exposed after Pamela Anderson’s sex tape with Tommy Lee and Brett Michaels was leaked online in the mid-1990s. “He got so upset and paranoid that he decided it was best to have them disappear,” the source explained.
“Hugh [Hefner] was terrified of the world finding out everything about his past. He had kept a treasure chest of memories of his life with all these beautiful women dating back from the 1950s to the mid-1990s,” a Playboy insider told The Sun.
“He only shared a few of the stories with his aides, but kept his personal items of his time with many famous beauties a secret,” the source revealed. “There [were] a batch of tapes, shot on 8 mm and cinefilm, which were filmed during some of the orgies he enjoyed in the 70s.”
“Some famous male movie stars, too, were in those videos and, had that come out, it would have been a huge scandal,” said the source in the shocking report. “Hef also had thousands of photographs taken at photo shoots or given to him by the girls over the years.”
“Marilyn [Monroe] was definitely in them, as well as many superstars who graced the pages of his magazine,” the source alleges. “Some of the women were in relationships and others never even made the magazine but simply were partying with him.”
Hefner asked Joe Piastro, his trusted head of security at the Playboy Mansion, to discard his secret stash. “He didn’t trust people to burn them in case they got stolen, so he charged Joe [Piastro] with getting rid of them in the ocean,” the source claims. “Joe had been his trusted head of security for years and had saved Hugh from many embarrassing situations in the past.”
“Hugh explained that he didn’t want anyone’s lives, marriages or careers to be destroyed by what he had in his library. Joe did it and never told anyone.” Piastro allegedly dumped the casket into the Pacific Ocean. Piastro died in 2011. So there is buried treasure in the Pacific Ocean somewhere.
Hefner died on September 27, 2017, at the age of 91. Sadly for you, to erase your sexual conquests all you have to do is delete your browser history.
Hefner said he wasn’t exactly sure of how many women he slept with but he guessed that the number was “over 1,000 women.” Definitely sounds like Hef low-balled that number. You can see some of Hefner’s most famous girlfriends in this video and what they look like today.
Here is how Hugh Hefner built his Playboy empire.