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Former Playboy Playmate: Hugh Hefner was "Dead Fish" in Bed

| by Stupid Celebrities

Hugh Hefner, 84, seems like a sex-crazed beast, but former Playboy Playmate Izabella St. James says Hefner was like a “dead fish” in bed.

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, who recently became engaged to Crystal Harris, 24, over Christmas, is thought to be the master of sex, but apparently things aren’t what they seem.

Izabella St. James has written a memoir giving lots of juicy details about sex with Hugh Hefner.

Kendra Wilkinson has previously stated how Hef’s girlfriends would hop on Hef for a one-minute ride, and another Playmate, Jill Ann Spalding, criticized Hefner for insisting on unprotected sex.

But Izabella has gived us a good look inside the private life of the Playboy founder.

St. James says Hefner’s dogs pooped everywhere in the house, writing, “They weren’t house-trained and would just do their business on the bedroom carpet. Late at night, or in the early hours of the morning – if any of us visited Hef’s bedroom – we’d almost always end up standing in dog mess. Everything in the Mansion felt old and stale, and Archie the house dog would regularly relieve himself on the hallway curtains, adding a powerful whiff of urine to the general scent of decay.”

Izabella said of the girlfriends’ allowance:
“Every Friday morning we had to go to Hef’s room, wait while he picked up all the dog poo off the carpet – and then ask for our allowance: a thousand dollars counted out in crisp hundred-dollar bills from a safe in one of his bookcases. We all hated this process. Hef would always use the occasion to bring up anything he wasn’t happy about in the relationship. Most of the complaints were about the lack of harmony among the girlfriends – or your lack of sexual participation in the ‘parties’ he held in his bedroom.”

And her take on sex with Hefner:
“I wanted to see if this experienced King of Sexdom knew anything the rest of us did not. But he just lay there like a dead fish. We often wondered why he did it at all. He must know deep down that it is just a show. But he is trying to live out this fantasy he has been selling to people since 1954.”