The Press: The Naked Truth

Four-year-old Playboy magazine, which has built 788,350 circulation on the proposition that, next to themselves, boys like girls best, discovered last week that even this sturdy philosophy can lead to trouble. After running a color photo of a nude teenager, Playboy Publisher Hugh Hefner was hustled into Chicago's domestic relations court on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Said police: brunette Elizabeth Ann Roberts, Hefner's pert Miss Playmate for January, was not a fetching college freshman of 18, as reported in Playboy, but a fetching high-school senior of 16,...

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