Izabella St. James
Polish-born Izabella St. James met Hefner at a Los Angeles nightclub in 2000, while she was a law school student at Pepperdine University. After getting her degree, she didn’t ... more 
Izabella St. James
Polish-born Izabella St. James met Hefner at a Los Angeles nightclub in 2000, while she was a law school student at Pepperdine University. After getting her degree, she didn’t follow in the typical lawyer’s footsteps – instead she moved into the Playboy Mansion! She later went on to write the book Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion about being a housemate, which didn’t exactly endear her to Hefner. “Quite simply, Izabella … was one of a number of girls that I dated and lived at the house in the early part of 2001,” Hef later told The Daily Beast. “Despite what she writes, she didn’t leave of her own volition. She left because she was asked to leave because she didn’t get along with some of the other girls. She was in conflict with some of the nicer girls like Holly [Madison] and Bridget [Marquardt], and I kind of cleaned house.” less 
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