Hugh Hefner’s son starts Onlyfans to buy more Pokémon cards

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The son of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, Marston Hefner, has ventured into the world of OnlyFans to support his hobby: collecting Pokémon cards. Or maybe we should say obsession?

Marston's father, Hugh, was a prominent figure in the publishing industry, renowned for his role as the founder and former editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine. It is probably not a surprise that his son is comfortable with nudity and sexuality.

In a recent interview with PageSix, the 33 year old Marston opened about how his father's guidance and acceptance of his own sexuality enabled him to embrace his drive for content creation. This also lead him to be comfortable enough to become a creator on OnlyFans.

“I grew up, you know, in an environment where that was kind of hammered home, where there’s nothing wrong with nudity, nudity’s normal" he commented to the magazine".

Marston described his OnlyFans account as something of “a long-term avenue for further financial security,” adding that he would totally support his wife if she decided to open an OnlyFans account of her own.

The added income, says Marston, is just what he needs to splurge on his expensive hobbies, namely Pokémon cards and comic books. Despite not disclosing his current revenue from OnlyFans, he does say that if it continues like it has, "pretty soon he'll be able to own a Pokémon Trophy card". We know those are pretty expensive, as they can run up to six figures.

We have lately reported on many thefts of Pokemon cards, both in actual Tokyo stores and huge robberies of TCG cards. It seems that people are definitely willing to do some crazy things to get their hands on cards. All things considered, an OnlyFans account is definitely easier to accept.

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