Jennifer Saginor is the daughter of Hefner’s personal physician, “Dr. Feelgood,” who made a name for himself during the 30 years he lived there. Saginor grew up in the Playboy mansion and wrote about it in her 2005 memoir, Playground: A Childhood Lost Inside the Playboy Mansion, which depicted her life in the mansion as a drug- and sex-fueled whirlwind that barely left her emotionally and physically intact.
When she was six, Jennifer Saginor swam into John Belushi having sex with a Playmate in the Playboy Mansion jacuzzi. By fifteen, she'd tried every drug under the sun, had sex with men and women, lost interest in school, and been legally separated from her mother and younger sister.
Jennifer's memoir, PLAYGROUND: A CHILDHOOD LOST INSIDE THE PLAYBOY MANSION, is a candid, shocking, and addictive read. At times voiced with a sort of prescient detachment that broke through the fog of her over-stimulated adolescence, PLAYGROUND is at once a stirring memoir and a fascinating look at a very particular time and place in American culture.