Celebrities With Secret Tunnels from Their Homes Directly to the Playboy Mansion
An editor for Playboy.com was digging around the office for old photos, and he made an interesting discovery: In the ’70s and ’80s, four actors had secret, underground tunnels directly from their homes to the Playboy Mansion.
Those actors were Jack Nicholson, James Caan, Warren Beatty, and Kirk Douglas. However, these secret passage ways don’t exist anymore. A staff member says they were closed in 1989, the same year HUGH HEFNER married Playmate KIMBERLEY CONRAD.
But that’s all he could get from anyone at Playboy. Even Hefner didn’t want to talk about the tunnels. And reps for Nicholson, Caan, Douglas and Beatty wouldn’t comment, either.
(Check out pictures here.)
Tiger Woods is Out of the Top 100 in Golf for the First Time in Almost 20 Years
For the first time in almost 20 years, TIGER WOODS is not one of the top 100 players in the Official World Golf Rankings. His current ranking is 104th.
The last time Tiger wasn’t in the Top 100 was September 29th, 1996, when he was #225. At the time, he’d only been a pro golfer for a month.
Tiger spent 683 total weeks at the top, which is a record. He also has the record for most consecutive weeks at #1, with 281.
The Masters is next week in Augusta, Georgia, and Tiger hasn’t said yet if he’s playing.
Justin Bieber Says You’re Stupid if You Think His Life is Easy
If you think JUSTIN BIEBER’s life is easy, think again.
He says, quote, “Unless you’re stupid, I don’t think you would think it’s easy to be who I am. Not having privacy. Growing up in front of the cameras since I was 13, 14. You need to have those mess-ups without anyone judging you, and that’s not something I was able to do.”
Harrison Ford Is Finally Out Of The Hospital
Harrison Ford has finally been released from the hospital after recovering from a plane crash earlier this month.
Harrison suffered a cut scalp and broken bones in his pelvis and ankle after his vintage World War II plane crashed on an L.A. golf course.
He has been at the UCLA Medical Center for the past several weeks while he recovers.