Hugh Hefner’s ‘demon kid,’ according to ex-Playboy Playmate, was aborted when she was 19 years old.

She was forced to do it by the devil.

Karissa Shannon, a 2009 Playboy Playmate, alleges she aborted Hugh Hefner’s “devil kid” at the age of 19, after the late Playboy mogul allegedly plied her with booze, pushed her into unprotected group intercourse, and impregnated her in his 80s.

And the model told The Washington Post that she “pities” Hef’s death because he “got away” with uprooting the lives of so many vulnerable women, including hers.

Shannon, 32, told the Mirror of Hef’s spawn, “It was like the devil was inside of me.” “I didn’t want anyone to know I was pregnant with the kid of an 83-year-old guy.”

The platinum pinup, who starred alongside her twin sister, Kristina, on Hefner’s E! reality show “The Girls Next Door,” supposedly discovered that the smut magazine magnate had gotten her pregnant when she did a blood test before undergoing breast augmentation surgery in 2009.

Karissa Shannon says she felt like she was carrying the "devil's child" after she was unexpectedly impregnated by Hefner.

“I was horrified with my body and felt like an alien was within my tummy,” she told the Mirror, asserting that Hefner was the father of her unborn kid.

Shannon said, “I wasn’t having sex with anyone else, so it could only have been his baby.” “All I wanted to do was get rid of it as quickly as possible.” I didn’t want Hef to know, and he didn’t.”

Her accusation against Hefner comes amid a barrage of sexual misconduct and abuse charges in the new A&E documentary “Secrets of Playboy.” Playmates, workers, and members of Hef’s harem accuse the fallen erotica star of exploiting innocent women behind the previously impenetrable walls of his Playboy Mansion throughout the series.

Karissa and Kristina's claims come amid Hefner's public reckoning, sparked by A&E series "Secrets of Playboy."

Kristina allegedly contrived a scheme that allowed them to briefly escape Hefner’s watchful eye, and Karissa claimed she was able to abort the pregnancy with her help.

“I discovered a clinic in Los Angeles. “I got Hef’s security to drop us off in the mall while we pretended to be shopping, then I contacted a buddy to pick us up,” Kristina explained. “We managed to keep it a secret.”

The twins claim Hefner plied them with drugs and alcohol before coercing them into unprotected group sex on their 19th birthday.

The identical centerfolds claimed Hef, with the help of fellow “Girl Next Door” Kendra Wilkinson, now 36, coerced them into an unprotected, drug- and alcohol-fueled ménage à trois when they were 18 and moved from a trailer park in Florida to the Los Angeles Mansion after Playboy scouts discovered their glam photos.

“He took us to a club on our 19th birthday. He purchased us alcohol despite the fact that the legal drinking age in the United States is 21,” Kristina said to the Mirror. “When we returned [to the Playboy Mansion], Kendra said, ‘Do you girls want to smoke some pot in Hef’s room?’ Kendra, on the other hand, had departed as we entered his room. We became quite jittery.”

Hef then allegedly offered the twins a “large pill,” according to the towheaded twins.

The tablet, according to Karissa and Kristina, was a Quaalude, also known as a “leg spreader” in Hefner’s circle, which he’s been accused of using to coerce women into having nonconsensual sex.

“He said the medications will assist us with our anxiousness,” Karissa explained. “We smoked a joint.” We felt frozen at first, but the pill made us loose and fuzzy after a while.”

She recalls the octogenarian cuddling her and Kristina as the pills took effect, forcing her and Kristina to call him “Papa.” She also remembers Hef continually calling them “my kids” as they lay on either side of him.

Karissa and Kristina say Hef would force "six to seven" women into his bed around midnight each night.

“When we went back to our room that first night, it was about 5 a.m.,” Karissa recounted. “‘He is the devil,’ we agreed. He is cursed with a dark soul. ‘He’s going to hell,’ says the narrator.

The buxom blonds exhaled a sigh of relief when Hefner died of sepsis in 2017 at the age of 91.

“When Hef died, part of us was heartbroken, but another part of us thought, ‘OK, excellent, no more girls will be trained and ruined like we were,'” Kristina recalled. Hefner allegedly forced “six to seven” women into his bed each night, according to her and Karissa.

Kristina said, “I thought Playboy was one huge family.” “It’s clear now that it was a cult.”

The twins recall being glad at the news of Hefner's death.

Karissa and Kristina, on the other hand, told The Washington Post that they are not “happy” Hefner is no longer alive. Instead, they take solace in the fact that the world is finally realizing that the Playboy emperor was “not the man everyone thought he was,” and that his once-famous organization was a “dangerous cult.”

The sisters claimed that living with Hefner in his mansion for two years caused them to suffer from PTSD and despair. They’re also preparing to sue Playboy for emotional pain and trauma, according to reports.

Karissa and Kristina are reportedly planning to sue Playboy, and claim they've sustained emotional distress as a result of their time under Hefner's employ.

“We were Playmates, employees, and everything happened at the mansion, therefore we want to go after them,” Kristina said of their potential legal action to the Mirror. “We’re speaking up because we want people to know who he was and what was going on behind closed doors,” said the family.



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