Hugh Hefner Set Wife Up With Money Before His Death - 411mania.com

TMZ reports that Hugh Hefner set his wife Crystal Harris up with quite a bit of money before his passing. Hefner died last Wednesday in his Los Angeles home at the age of 91. Hefner wanted to make sure that Harris was provided for before this happened.

Hugh Hefner DID Leave A Home And A Lot Of Cash For His Wife, Crystal Harris — Details HERE - PerezHilton.com

Well before his death, Hugh Hefner knew exactly what he was doing! The Playboy magnate made sure that his wife Crystal Harris was set up for life with a secret trust that includes millions of dollars and a Hollywood Hills home — not a bad way to take ...

Hefner's ex says he 'had a heart of gold' - New Zealand Herald (blog)

The 'Kendra On Top' star has paid tribute to the late Playboy magazine founder - who died earlier this week at the age of 91 - and thanked him for making her feel like "the most special person on the planet". In a series of tweets, she wrote: "For me ...

Fitzgerald: A present for Hugh Hefner - Stockton Record

Hugh Hefner has gone to the great mansion in the sky. Down here in Stockton, Gene Beley recalls delivering a robot to Hef at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles. It was 1980. Beley, now 77, was living in Arcadia then. He had a venture going: Android ...

Was Hugh Hefner's Wife Crystal Present When He Died? Report Speaks Of Possible Drama With The Hefner Family - The Inquisitr

Hugh Hefner was reportedly surrounded by several family members at the time of his death but was Crystal Harris, the Playboy founder's third wife, present when he passed? According to a headline from the Daily Mail on September 29, Crystal Harris was ...

Kendra Wilkinson Rants About Her Time With Hugh Hefner During Heated Tribute - PopCulture.com

Kendra Wilkinson Baskett has carved her own path with her reality series Kendra On Top, but her career started as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends on the E! reality series The Girls Next Door. In the wake of the Playboy founder's death, she took to ...

Hugh Hefner left a problematic legacy, but his Playboy Jazz Festival endures - Los Angeles Times

A figure who was as influential as he was polarizing, Hugh Hefner built an empire that was ultimately based on ideas. Sure, the dominant ones could easily be called lascivious — as well as exploitative, and inarguably retrograde — but his Playboy ...