The founder of Playboy, Hugh Hefner, who died on the night of September 28 at the age of 91, shared his inheritance between the children in the will.
It turns out that the founder of Playboy magazine, who died at the age of 91 this fall, considered the use of drugs and various illegal drugs as one of the main human defects.
Per documents received by Entertainment Tonight, world’s main Playboy wrote that he had not been dependent on drugs or alcohol and even stopped to smoke after the stroke in March 1985. He considered cocaine “a very, very hurtful drug” and hated it from the very outset.
However, Hefner's money is controlled by some trustees. 43 million dollars of inheritance became the main capital of a special trust fund. Trustees of the Hefner Foundation ... for abuse of drugs and alcohol.
And, as indicated in the will, if children are suspected of excessive use of prohibited substances, and suspicions will be confirmed by testing, the financial authority of children will be suspended. So, Hefner’s heirs to be “clear” for last 12 months when that trustees decide to make test.
He said, that all people have a trait to our own mortality. “And sometimes it takes a tap on the shoulder."
know, Hefner's state is shared by his four children, the University of Southern
California, as well as several charitable organizations. Hefner sold his famous
mansion worth 100 million dollars during his lifetime. The 31 y.o. widow got no money, but all the husband’s gifts
(including jewelry for millions).
Based on materials: vanityfair.com