Playboy Mansion was one of the most mysterious and sought-after places in the world, the home of the rich, famous and attractive and somewhere most people can barely imagine.Which is why it's so fascinating when you're given a glimpse inside the 80s-styled walls of the late Hugh Hefner's home.And two Hollywood stars did just that when cult actor Corey Feldman and Jackass's Steve-O appeared on the latter's YouTube channel Wild Ride!
to discuss their experiences of the LA mansion.READ MORE: Horrific death of Playboy Mansion playmate found naked after being shot in headThe two men revealed how they had met each other for the first time at the Playboy mansion in around 2002.In the video Steve-O recalls being thrown out of the Playboy Mansion for drug use, while Feldman also revealed Hugh Hefner's own approach to narcotics.He said: "I didn't go many times and I got kicked out.
I forget why I got kicked out. "I think I was doing cocaine really blatantly out in the open."Feldman tells how Hefner wasn't a fan of Class A drugs, although he claims the magazine mogul, who died aged 91 in 2017, used quaaludes, a drug made famous by The Wolf of Wall Street. 'Ludes', as they were known, were sedative pills prescribed by doctors, but in the late 1960s and 70s people started using them recreationally because of their 'sleepy high' effect.Feldman said: "Hef wasn't a fan of hard drugs.Read more on dailystar.co.uk