Hugh Hefner's Son Marston Has Lavish Spending Habits

Just a few months after becoming a member of OnlyFans, Marston Hefner had sufficient cash to buy the outlandishly priced Pokémon playing cards. He bought one card value $40,000 and one other with a $10,000 price ticket. Hugh Hefner’s son additionally used his OnlyFans earnings to purchase a $50,000 Spider-Man comedian. In whole he dropped $100,000 on the three objects. His spouse Anna Lambropoulos was less-than-thrilled concerning the purchases. “I am like, ‘You are lighting cash on hearth,'” she informed Web page Six in September. “It is simply a lot cash! I feel it is a unstable funding,” she added. Even Marston admitted he was “sort of regretting” splurging on the uncommon Spider-Man comedian. Apparently, that was the tip of his lavish spending, and since he obtained the coveted Pokémon playing cards, his cash now goes towards the household and their house. 

After all, the cash from OnlyFans shouldn’t be Marston’s sole supply of earnings, as he inherited a considerable amount of cash when Hugh died in 2017. On the time of Hugh’s demise, the Playboy publishing magnate was value round $50 million, per Superstar Internet Price. Hugh’s ex-girlfriend Holly Madison revealed in her 2015 memoir, “Down the Rabbit Gap,” {that a} will she’d as soon as seen confirmed that fifty% of his fortune would go to charity, whereas the opposite 50% could be divided amongst his 4 youngsters. Nonetheless, the precise quantity Marston inherited is unknown, in line with E!

Previous to launching an OnlyFans account, Marston pursued a profession in publishing exterior of Playboy.