That night, Madison was led into Hefner's bedroom to join his harem of scantily clad blonds lolling on the bed as two big screens played porn. Suddenly, one of the other women grabbed Madison and hissed in her ear: “Fake the f---!
” She looked around and saw all of them were pretending to make out.
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He would watch porn, smoke pot, and jerk off while his girlfriends and whoever else happened to be joining them that night pretended to get it on around him.
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