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Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy magazine, died     

Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy, died at the age of 91, “the publisher of the magazine announced.

According to Playboy Enterprises, Hefner’s home died for natural reasons.
His home made his own kitchen in 1953, Playboy, the world’s largest-selling male salesman, and he bought seven million of them every month in his age.
“There will be a lot of people missing,” he quoted BBC Cooper Hefner, the founding son of his father, who called his father the spokesperson of “freedom of speech, civil rights and sexual freedom.”
In addition to his role in the media, his hedonism became well-known, among his married and cohabiting partners many of his papers appeared.
She married last year in 2012, aged 86 and was married to almost a decade younger Crystal Harrist.
The “playboy” business realm of multi-billion-dollar bill publishing includes casinos and nightclubs.
She never saw her as a sex magazine, but her reputation was mainly due to the big, colorful photos of naked playmates. He had a lot of room for interviews, with Martin Luther King Jr., John Lennon and Fidel Castro there. Among his authors were Norman Mailer and Ray Bradbury.

Source: MTI / Image: borsonline.hu /

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