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In 1953, he took out a mortgage, generating a bank loan of 0, and raised ,000 from 45 investors, including

In 1953, he took out a mortgage, generating a bank loan of $600, and raised $8,000 from 45 investors, including $1,000 from his mother ("Not because she believed in the venture," he told E!in 2006, "but because she believed in her son."), to launch Playboy, which was initially going to be called Stag Party.

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In 1953, he took out a mortgage, generating a bank loan of $600, and raised $8,000 from 45 investors, including $1,000 from his mother ("Not because she believed in the venture," he told E!

in 2006, "but because she believed in her son."), to launch Playboy, which was initially going to be called Stag Party.

Taking these extreme private jets with two master bedrooms, flying around the world, going and meeting the prince and doing all luxurious stuff." We're onto you, ladies…

,000 from his mother ("Not because she believed in the venture," he told E!

in 2006, "but because she believed in her son."), to launch Playboy, which was initially going to be called Stag Party.

Taking these extreme private jets with two master bedrooms, flying around the world, going and meeting the prince and doing all luxurious stuff." We're onto you, ladies…

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's hit reality show alongside Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt that first aired back in 2005. All these years later, Hank Baskett's wife is opening up about all of her favorite (and not so favorite) experiences from living the life of luxury in the Playboy Mansion — from fancy parties, private jets, and yes, meeting Jennifer Lopez's ass!

Related: Kendra Goes OFF On Dani Mathers' 'Stupid F*cking Choice' To Body Shame The TV personality shared to "My favorite thing, at one point, living in the mansion was obviously the parties and the first-class traveling.

And over the years, now that I have a little bit more hindsight between then and now and I've grown and have something to share, I finally think it's the right time.

and they'd come up to me and say things like, "Don't you miss the mansion?

The first issue, published in December 1953, featured Marilyn Monroe from her 1949 nude calendar shoot and sold over 50,000 copies.) After the Charles Beaumont science fiction short story "The Crooked Man" was rejected by Esquire magazine in 1955, Hefner agreed to publish it in Playboy.

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