'Secrets of Playboy' Details Hugh Hefner's Weekly 'Pig Nights' With Prostitutes and Celebrities

The late magazine publisher reportedly would host the weekly gathering that he dubbed 'Pig Nights', though the prostitutes were not allowed to know about the nickname.

AceShowbiz - "Secrets of Playboy", an upcoming A&E's new docuseries, is set to give more insights into the wild life of Hugh Hefner. According to a new report, the series will detail the late Playboy founder's weekly huge bash involving prostitutes at his famous mansion.

TMZ claims that Hefner would host a party, which he called "Pig Nights", every Thursday nights. His former girlfriend Sondra Theodore also reveals on the docuseries that it would start with "2 pimps bringing in carloads of prostitutes from Sunset Blvd."

Theodore adds that she tended to look the other way while Hugh did all sorts of "crazy stuff." She also notes that the prostitutes were not allowed to know that he named the gathering "Pig Night."

Meanwhile, some mansion insiders further spill to the news outlet that Hefner would sit at the head of the table smoking his famous pipe while the hookers drank and ate with movie and TV stars. Hefner, however, made sure that everything was safe for the wild bash. It was said that the prostitutes got ratings and quick medical checks before heading to the room for sex rendezvous with the stars.

"Secrets of Playboy" also explains that the evening is a dinner party that also "served as a jumping-off point for sex parties." The upcoming docuseries is set to premiere on Monday, January 24.

Prior to this, Hefner's widow Crystal Hefner got candid about her regrets as a Playboy model. "Over five years, my account has shifted from not always safe for work posts to my REAL safe for work life," she wrote on her Instagram account earlier this month. "The real me. I was living for other people before, to make others happy, suffering internally in the process."

She added that while her Playboy persona earned her fame on social media, she noted that "modesty is what empowers me these days, and because it feels so much better internally, it will probably be this way for the rest of my life." The model further claimed that she has "removed everything fake from my body" and deleted her old photos to make her feel "that I belong more to myself."

She explained, "As I made this transition, I always thought… 'Will my account survive?' I was watching the girls that had similar pages keep posting the same scantily clad stuff and growing exponentially while I tanked hard." However, she apparently was worried over nothing as she shared, "I feel that all the people here with me at this point actually care and are invested in my life in a positive way."

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