Hefner's 'devil child', according to Playboy Playmate, was aborted by her at the age of 19.
Former Playboy baron Hugh Hefner is accused by a former Playboy Playmate, Karissa Shannon, of forcing her into unprotected group sex and impregnating her at the age of 19, where she claims she aborted the "devil child" he had planned to father.
That he was able to do so much harm to so many women—including her own—is something she regrets, she tells the New York Post.
In Shannon's words, "it was like the devil was in me," 32-year-old Hef's offspring told the Mirror. When I found out I was pregnant with an 83-year-old man's child, I didn't want anyone to find out.
Her twin sister Kristina, who also appeared on Hefner's E! reality series "The Girls Next Door," claims that the platinum pinup discovered she was pregnant after taking a blood test prior to having breast augmentation surgery in 2009.
According to her interview with the Mirror, she said she was disgusted with her own body and felt as if she had a "alien" in her womb.
As Shannon explained, "I wasn't having sex with anyone else, so he could have had a child with me." The only thing I cared about was getting rid of it." Hef never found out, which was just as well because I didn't want him to find out either. "
New allegations of abuse and sexual misconduct in the A&E documentary "Secrets of Playboy" have prompted her to file a criminal complaint against Hefner. In the course of the series, Hef's harem members, Playmates, and his own staff have all been accused of exploiting unsuspecting women behind the once impenetrable walls of the Playboy Mansion.
Kristina supposedly orchestrated a plan that allowed them to briefly escape Hefner's watchful eye, according to Karissa, who claimed she terminated the pregnancy with her assistance.
"I was able to locate a clinic in Los Angeles." It was Kristina's plan to get Hef's security to drive Kristina and her friend to the mall so that she could call her friend to pick them up. Our ability to maintain secrecy was key.
Hef and fellow "Girl Next Door" Kendra Wilkinson were accused of coercing the identical centerfolds, who moved from Florida to Los Angeles at age 18 after Playboy scouts discovered their glam photos, into an unprotected, drug- and alcohol-fueled ménage à trois.
Our 19th birthday was spent at a club with him. In spite of the United States' legal drinking age of 21, he bought us booze, Kristina claimed to the Mirror. Kendra asked, 'Do you girls want to smoke some weed in Hef's room?' when we returned to the Playboy Mansion." Kendra, on the other hand, had already departed by the time we reached his chambers. "We were on edge for a long time."
A "big pill" was compared to medicine "a horse would take" by the towheaded twins, who claimed that Hef then offered them the medicine.
According to Karissa and Kristina, the tablet in question was referred to in Hefner's inner circle as "the leg spreader," which he is accused of using to coerce women into engaging in unwanted sex.
"He assured us that the medication would alleviate our anxiety," Karissa said. "We had a joint. First, we felt numb, but after taking the pill for a while, we felt warm and fuzzy."
Forcing her to call him "Papa" as the sedatives took effect, the octogenarian cradled her and Kristina in his arms. She also recalls Hef repeatedly referring to them as "my babies" as they lay next to him.
When Karissa and I returned to our room the first night, it was nearly 5 a.m. He is the devil, as we all agreed. This man is cursed with a dark heart and an evil spirit. A fiery torment awaits him."
As a result, when Hefner died in 2017 at the age of 91 from sepsis, the gorgeous brunettes could finally exhale.
We were saddened by Hef's death but also relieved that "no more girls will be groomed and ruined like we were," as Kristina put it. "Six to seven" women a night" is what she and Karissa claim Hefner would force into his bed, they say.
Kristina agreed, saying, "I thought Playboy was a big family.... It's clear to me that it was a cult now.
On the other hand, Karissa and Kristina told the New York Post they are not "glad" that Hefner has passed away. For their comfort, however, they can take solace in a realization that the Playboy Emperor was not "the man everyone thought he was," and that his once-celebrated corporation was in actuality a "dangerous cult."
The sisters claimed that their two-year stay in Hefner's mansion left them with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression. They're also allegedly preparing a lawsuit against Playboy to recover damages for mental anguish and trauma.
"We were Playmates, employed, and everything happened at the mansion, so we want to go after them," Kristina told the Mirror of their possible lawsuit. Our goal is for the public to have a better understanding of who he was and what was going on behind closed doors.