Playboy Bunny opens up on aborting Hugh Hefner's 'devil' child at 19
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A former Playboy Bunny opened up on having an abortion after falling pregnant with Hugh Hefner's 'devil' child when she was just 19.
Karrisa Shannon said she fell pregnant with Hefner's baby when he was 83.
Karrisa went into the very well-known mansion with her twin sister Kristina, where they alleged to have slept with Hefner on their 19th birthday.
Karrisa found out she was pregnant after undergoing a blood test before a breast enlargement - a procedure that was actually paid for by Hefner in 2009.
She went on to have an abortion after that without ever telling Hefner, who died in 2017.
Speaking to The Mirror, Karrisa said: "I wasn’t having sex with anyone else so it only could have been his baby.
"I just wanted to get rid of it as soon as possible.
"I didn’t want Hef to find out and he never did.
"I was disgusted with my body and felt like there was an alien inside my stomach. It was like the devil was inside of me.
"I didn’t want anyone to know I was carrying an 83-year-old man’s child."
Kristina added: "I found a clinic in LA. I got Hef’s security to drop us at the mall, pretending we were going shopping, then called my friend to pick us up. We were able to keep it secret."
This came after the night where the sisters alleged that Hefner first took the girls back to his room.
Kristina claimed: "On our 19th birthday he took us to a club. He bought us alcohol even though the US age limit is 21.
"When we got back, Kendra [Wilkinson] was like, ‘Do you girls want to smoke some weed in Hef’s room’? But when we got into his room, Kendra left. We got really nervous."
Karissa added: "He kept saying, ‘My babies, my babies,’ and cradling us as we lay either side of him.
"He told us to call him ‘Papa’. It was almost 5am when we got back to our room that first night and we agreed, ‘He is the devil. He has a black soul. He is going to hell’."
She also claimed that Hefner touched them as the drugs took effect, with the Playboy founder apparently convincing them it would help with anxiety.
Later in the interview, the sisters say that their involvement with Hefner left them with PTSD and depression.