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Ex-Playboy star spills on ‘wild’ sex parties

Former bunny Jenna Bentley is spilling the tea on her former life as a Playboy model and the “crazy” bashes the magazine mogul – who died in 2017 at 91 – used to throw for the A-list.Bentley, 32, moved into the “Bunny House,” the pad adjacent to the mansion, when she was just 18 years old in 2007. The Montana native claimed she never slept with Hefner while she was living near him.“I have never had sex with Hef, ever, but I did once walk in on him having sex. I obviously can never say who it was with,” she told JamPress. “All I can say is that there were four people, including him.”Of the Playboy mansion set-up, Hefner had three main rooms in the mansion for his official girlfriends and wives, while the 12 other girls she lived with resided in the adjoining Bunny House.“Even now I get so nostalgic because it was such an incredible time – they can never replicate that,” she said.“There will never be anything the same as his parties. I mean, people think they were wild but they were wilder than you can imagine,” the model said, remembering one party with Angelina Jolie, Tommy Lee, Pamela Anderson and Dennis Rodman in attendance.Bentley claimed to JamPress that during the “crazy” parties, she would often see “trays of ‘party favours,’” a possible reference to drugs or sex toys.However, Bentley is keeping quiet about the details since she was forced to sign a “very, very, very iron-clad NDA” forbidding her to expose what was really going on inside the mansion.She also alleged that she’s seen some famous faces bumping uglies.“I have seen a lot of celebrities have sex there and I’ve also participated in a lot of it,” she said.Despite the craziness, she enjoyed the lavish lifestyle of the mansion. The property had movie theatres, animals, trampolines, stylists and it “was a real-life Barbie playhouse”. House staff cleaned and cooked while the girls lounged around the home.“There was a phone that we called ‘Dial-a-Dream’ because you could press 0 and ask for anything you wanted, any time of day or night,” she said. “Like, if I wanted McDonald’s fries at 3am, they would go out and get it.”However, bunny life had its downsides. The girls had a very strict and enforced 9pm curfew. If a girl missed it, she would have to sleep on the house lawn.The women were also not allowed to have boyfriends, as “even meeting boys was an immediate kick-out”.Another issue that the models were forced to reckon with while living in the mansion was Mother Nature herself.“People think that women syncing on their periods is a myth but it definitely happened in the house,” Bentley said. “Those months when our cycles did match it was pure chaos. We were all b**chy and catty with each other for a few days each month.”But regardless of how the other girls acted around each other, Bentley couldn’t help but gush over her relationship with Hefner. “Hef really had a heart of gold,” she said, adding that he was “nice and kind to everybody” and “always went out of his way to make everyone feel comfortable”.Bentley added: “He was also very funny. I wish I had got to spend more time with him.”Despite what went down during her days as a Playboy bunny, Bentley wouldn’t change it for a second. “It was a dream come true living in the house. You felt like you were special and that Hef only had eyes for you,” she said. “When there are millions of girls who want to be in the position you’re in, you definitely feel important.”This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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