Published On: Sun, Jun 16th, 2019

FBI Releases Files On Hugh Hefner From 1950s And Reveals Something Shocking — He Was Boring, And A Bit Lonely

Hugh Hefner poses with Playboy models.

Hugh Hefner developed a reputation in his life for being a hard-partying womanizer, an intellectual who sparked a revolution by founding Playboy magazine.

But when the FBI conducted secret surveillance on Hefner in the 1950s, they found something that may be even more shocking — he was actually boring, and seemed a bit lonely.

As the Calgary Herald noted, the FBI recently released its case files on Hefner following his death in 2017. The bureau was investigating the accusations of obscenity after the 1953 launch of Playboy, and allegations that Hefner may have actually been using the magazine as cover to secretly photograph and film women in order to traffic obscene material across state lines.

A tipster had told the FBI that Hugh Hefner was holding wild parties in Chicago on an almost weekly basis, with some raging through the entire night. The FBI dispatched an agent to track Hefner’s apartment for seven straight nights.

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FBI Releases Files On Hugh Hefner From 1950s And Reveals Something Shocking — He Was Boring, And A Bit Lonely