Halloween at Hugh Hefner's Mansion - body art instead of costume and sex in every cornerBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/halloween-at-hugh-hefners-mansion-body-art-instead-of-costume-and-sex-in-every-corner
The former Playboy model told about how violently Halloween was celebrated at Hugh Hefner's mansion. Hot beauties did not wear costumes — their bodies were simply painted with paints. Jenna Bentley says that parties turned into real orgies, in which many celebrities participated. The founder of Playboy spared neither money nor imagination for entertainment in his mansion, so the model has something to remember.
Jenna has attended lavish parties at Hugh Hefner's mansion more than once. The model kept especially vivid memories of the parties held on Halloween. Over the years, they became more and more large-scale and wild, sometimes turning into real orgies.
The rich and famous have always been on the guest list. Jenna came to one of the Halloween celebrations with her boyfriend. Hugh Hefner immediately suggested that she undress and draw a butterfly on her body. Hot babe agreed.
At that time, Jenna was only 18 years old. It took about 4 hours to create the body art. Real professionals worked on the drawings on the body. Each girl invited to the party had her own thoughtful image.
At the party, the model saw many famous personalities. Couples were secluded in all corners of the mansion and had sex. Jenna doesn't want to name them, because among them were stars, politicians, and musicians.
After that night, Jenna also wanted to become a Playboy Bunny. Halloween at Hugh Hefner's mansion gave her the opportunity to realize and feel her own sexuality. In addition, the model realized that she likes not only men, but also girls.
The legendary Hugh Hefner estate fell into disrepair after the death of its owner in 2017. He managed to sell it, but, by agreement, he stayed here until his death. Gradually, the mansion began to collapse. However, the new owner has recently begun renovation work to return the building to a livable condition.
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