Ex-Playmate claims she was forced to be 'DRUG MULE' for Hugh Hefner

Ex-Playmate claims she was forced to be a ‘DRUG MULE’ for Hugh Hefner, alleging he made her go on ‘countless’ trips to buy cocaine – after accusing him of ‘grooming’ her from age 19

  • Sondra Theodore, who dated Hugh 1976 to 1981, spoke out about Hugh’s alleged drug use in a new episode of A&E’s docuseries, Secrets of Playboy 
  • She claimed that buying the illicit drugs for the late magazine publisher became so common that it felt like he was sending her out to pick up some ‘milk’
  • But Sondra said she was constantly terrified of getting caught, and that she believed Hugh would have let her take the blame for it if she was
  • A&E’s 10-part series premiered on January 24 and ‘explores the hidden truths behind the fable and philosophy of the Playboy empire’
  • In a previous episode, the former model made more glaring allegations against the Playboy editor-in-chief – claiming he ‘groomed’ her from the age of 19
  • Sondra said that throughout their relationship, he continuously slept with other women, and called him a ‘vampire’ who ‘sucked the life out of girls for decades’

A former Playmate claimed that Hugh Hefner forced her to be a ‘drug mule,’ and said he made her go on ‘countless’ trips to buy cocaine – after accusing him of ‘grooming’ her from age 19.

Sondra Theodore, who dated the Playboy editor-in-chief from 1976 to 1981, spoke out about Hugh’s alleged drug use in a new episode of A&E’s docuseries, Secrets of Playboy.

She claimed that buying the illicit drugs for late magazine publisher became so common that it felt like he was sending her out to pick up some ‘milk.’ 

But Sondra said she was constantly terrified of getting caught, and that she believed Hugh would have let her take the blame for it if she was. 

‘How many times did I pick up drugs for Hef? I don’t know, countless. Countless times,’ Sondra said in the show.

A former Playmate made a shocking claim that Hugh Hefner forced her to be a ‘drug mule,’ and said he made her go on ‘countless’ trips to buy cocaine. They are pictured together in 1977

Sondra Theodore, who dated the Playboy editor-in-chief from 1976 to 1981, spoke out about Hugh’s alleged drug use in a new episode of A&E’s docuseries, Secrets of Playboy

She claimed that buying the illicit drugs for late magazine publisher became so common that it felt like he was sending her out to pick up some ‘milk.’ They are pictured together in 1979

‘I’ve never told anyone any of this before. I was too ashamed for a lot of reasons. But I was a drug mule for Hef.

But Sondra said she was constantly terrified of getting caught, and that she believed Hugh would have let her take the blame for it if she was. They are pictured together in 1978 

‘It was nothing to him. It was like sending me out for a quart of milk. But if I got caught, my life would be over.’

Sondra, who previously claimed Hugh ‘groomed’ her from the age of 19, said she believed the mogul would not have protected her if she did get in trouble for buying his drugs.

‘And do you think he would have said, “Oh it’s my fault?” No, it would have been me, it would have been my problem,’ she continued. 

Hugh died at the Playboy Mansion on September 27, 2017, at the age of 91. The cause of death was sepsis brought on by an E. coli infection.

‘If Hef was alive he would be in jail. Wherever he is, I don’t think it’s a good place,’ Sondra concluded. ‘I know he knows I’ve told the truth and he’s not happy about it.’

The 10-part docuseries aired its first episode on January 24, 2022, and it has since dropped three more.

According to a description on its website, the show is set to ‘explore the hidden truths behind the fable and philosophy of the Playboy empire through a modern-day lens.’

‘The series delves into the complex world Hugh Hefner created and examines its far-reaching consequences on our culture’s view of power and sexuality.

‘Unravelling the glamorous mythology created by the brand over several decades, the series features archival footage and exclusive interviews with insiders from all facets of the Playboy world.’

In a previous episode, Sondra made other glaring allegations against Hugh. She said they met when she was only 19 and he was 50, and that throughout their five-year relationship, he continuously slept with other women. 

‘He had this way of making everything go away and questioning yourself … He said, “Do you think that they can just stay in my house and not sleep with me?”‘ she explained. 

‘Would you have dinner guests and expect that of them? No. It was just so cold and callous and not the man that I’ve fallen in love with. I didn’t know who this man was.’

Despite considering leaving him many times, Sondra said he would ‘reel’ her back in with his ‘charm.’ She is pictured in the A&E docuseries

Sondra (pictured right in 1980) called Hugh a ‘vampire’ who would ‘sucked the life out of girls for decades’

Despite considering leaving him many times, Sondra said he would ‘reel’ her back in with his ‘charm.’

‘He kept painting this fairy tale to me, and making me question what I’ve seen. He had a way of twisting my world really badly,’ she added.

She also called him a ‘vampire’ who ‘sucked the life out of girls for decades.’ 

‘You couldn’t satisfy him. He wanted more and more and more,’ she recalled. ‘The group sex was at least five nights a week.

‘They had a protocol. He liked to direct and you didn’t segue away from it because you could tell it irritated him.

‘It just got ugly, I felt like I was a ringmaster, I had to put on the same show on every night.

‘It was the same script: “Welcome to the family, we’re embracing you.” It was all a lie.

‘I watched girl after girl show up, fresh faced, adorable and their beauty just washed away. We were nothing to him. He was like a vampire. He sucked the life out of these girls for decades.’

Sondra (pictured in 1977 at the Playboy Mansion) claimed that cocaine was so widely available that one of Hugh’s dogs even allegedly became addicted to it and used to lick it off the floor

A&E’s 10-part docuseries Secrets of Playboy premiered on January 24


According to a description on its website, the show is set to ‘explore the hidden truths behind the fable and philosophy of the Playboy empire through a modern-day lens’ 

The show dove deeper into Hugh’s drug use in previous episodes. Lisa Loving Barrett, his executive assistant during the late 1970s and ’80s, previously said cocaine was a ‘big deal’ in the Playboy Mansion.

She claimed there was a powder room off the great hall where there was a ‘pile of cocaine’ hidden under an ornate toilet paper holder.

Sondra also said that the drug was so widely available that one of Hugh’s dogs allegedly became addicted to it and used to lick it off the floor.

According to Lisa, Hugh also had a stockpile of Quaaludes – the powerful sedative which Bill Cosby’s accusers claimed he drugged them with.

She claimed that at the house, the drug was known as the ‘leg spreaders’ and that they were regarded as a ‘necessary evil’ because they made women do anything.

Hugh allegedly had his own prescription, as would others who worked at the mansion, and he would collect them all and keep them in a drawer in his bedroom – ready to give to women who he brought there.

Lisa also claimed that Hugh would also take small amounts of the amphetamine Dexedrine every day to keep himself alert.

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