It was a move new Chief Creative Office Cooper Hefner — son of creator Hugh Hefner — now says was a mistake, tweeting on Monday: alum told her seven-year-old son Hank IV the truth about Santa Claus.Now before you judge Hugh Hefner's ex, know she had a good reason for spilling the beans on this holiday secret!
Related: Kendra Revisits Her Favorite Memories From Being Hugh's GF During a chat with 's head honcho had kicked the bucket.
But over the weekend, the magazine mogul took to social media to set the record straight — and prove he's definitely still kicking!
Oz and claimed Hugh Hefner took the company's male enhancement pills to stay, um, erect during their sexual encounters. But the fall 2015 announcement painted the practice of full frontal pictorials as "passé," with Internet porn making the mag's photos seem old-fashioned.
Instead execs decided to take the high road, going for a classier, more refined look.
He is best known for being the founder and chief creative officer of Playboy Enterprises.
A self-made multi-millionaire, his net worth is over million due to his success as the founder of Playboy magazine. Hefner graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a bachelor of arts in psychology and a double minor in creative writing and art in 1949, earning his degree in two and a half years.
Hugh Grant and his ex Elizabeth Hurley were spotted out together for a casual stroll on Thursday, Sept. PHOTOS: Friendliest celeb exes The exes, who split in May 2000, appeared friendly as Grant, 55, wore white gym shorts with a navy jacket and Hurley, 50, sported a gray sweater with jeans and boots. prostitute named Divine Brown, and at the time Hurley stood by him.
As photographers snapped away, Grant and Hurley dated for 13 years prior to their split. The pair remained steadfast friends, and Grant is the godfather to Hurley’s son, Damian, 13, who is the son of Hurley’s ex Steve Bing.
Posting a photo of herself with the man who changed her life, she wrote: founder was the subject of several death rumors circulating around the Internet.
Luckily, the legend is very much alive and kicking, and was active on social media up until January of this year. Related: , Holly Madison is reportedly suing Blackcore Edge, a male enhancement company, for saying that she once gave an interview to Dr.
When Madison told him she doesn't do drugs, she says Hef replied, "Usually I don't approve of drugs, but you know, in the '70s they used to call these pills 'thigh openers.'"4.