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Hugh Hefner’s Cocaine Flooded Parties at The Playboy Mansion Caused Pet Dog to Become Addicted



A lot of information is coming out about crazy times in the Playboy mansion now that Hugh Hefner has passed. The newest news reveals that Hef wasn’t the only party animal at the residence. It seems even the dogs were addicted to drugs. 

Although Hefner denied that there were any drugs at the Playboy mansion, there are plenty of witnesses who dispute his claims. In fact, one of Hef’s closest friend’s dog’s loved visiting because it was his only opportunity to ingest cocaine. 

Sondra Theodore, 65, is Hefner’s ex-girlfriend. Here’s how she explains it.

“There were drugs everywhere.” 

“John Dante was Hef’s best friend and Dante had a dog, Louis, who was a tiny poodle (who) got hooked on cocaine.”

“That dog could smell it from across the room. A very famous person walked into the house one night and that little dog jumped off the couch like Super Dog, flew to that person and was licking her up the nose.”

“And she goes ‘(This dog) just loves me’ and we are all going ‘yeah sure’. We knew why that dog was on her. He had to lock that dog up when people were around because it was addicted to cocaine.”

Sondra also talked about the amount of drug use at the Playboy mansion saying,” I was afraid to speak up. Hef used cocaine. He used more than that. He had a drawer full of drugs.”

She also revealed that Hefner used her as a drug mule, and she picked up drugs for him “countless times”. 

“It made me feel like I was important to him. I was told it was in the name of love,” she explained. 

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Now that Hef is gone, the days at Playboy Mansion have seen their peak. While there may be different opinions on the quality of life to be had at the mansion, we can all be glad that no animals can continue to get hurt.

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