Crystal Hefner was born in Arizona to parents from England and she was raised in West Bromwich, near Birmingham, but moved to San Diego, California when she was seven years old where she blossomed into a knockout California girl.
Crystal studied psychology at San Diego State University and was later discovered by Playboy. Crystal was the Playboy cover girl for July 2011 and married Hugh Hefner on New Year’s Eve 2012.
Crystal Hefner Removes ‘Everything Fake’ From Her Body; What Could They Be?
In 2016, Crystal also revealed that she removed her breast implants because they had “slowly poisoned” her and caused debilitating illnesses, which included “intolerance to foods and beverages, unexplained back pain, constant neck and shoulder pain, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog, memory loss), stunted hair growth, incapacitating fatigue, burning bladder pain, low immunity, recurring infections and problems with my thyroid and adrenals.”
In an Instagram post on January 11, 2022, she revealed that she has removed everything fake from her body and deleted all her photos. She added that ” I am more authentic, vulnerable and feel that I belong more to myself. I am mine.”
Read her post below:
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After the last handful of years staying true to myself on social media, I feel that all the people here with me at this point actually care and are invested in my life in a positive way and for that I thank you.
Over five years, my account has shifted from not always safe for work posts to my REAL safe for work life. The real me. I was living for other people before, to make others happy, suffering internally in the process.
As most of you know, I grew my following during my “Playboy” years. Certain photos grow followings fast. In short, sex sells. I don’t know whether I felt empowered by dressing scantily clad, showing cleavage, etc …or if I just felt it was expected of me or what… but now I can confidently and 100% proudly say, modesty is what empowers me these days, and because it feels so much better internally, it will probably be this way for the rest of my life.
I removed everything fake from my body and deleted all my old photos. I am more authentic, vulnerable and feel that I belong more to myself. I am mine.
As I made this transition, I always thought… “Will my account survive?” as I saw followers drop by the thousands every day (I use socialblade.com to check, you can type in any username and see for yourself). I was in the red. Every day. I was watching the girls that had similar pages keep posting the same scantily clad stuff and growing exponentially while I tanked hard.
But now it has shifted. Now it’s in the green. Most days the count is growing. Now my women followers are giving the men followers a run for their money. Now I truly feel I have an army of supporters that care and see an actual soul behind the lens. For that I thank you.
If you follow for insight into my past life, my new one, my travels, my health hurdles, lifestyle, you name it… thank you. I will make it my mission to try and help in all ways that I can while staying true to myself. I hope all of you can stay true to yourself and to what feels right for you as well, because there’s a certain power you get from that you can’t find anywhere else. I love you.