The Worst Playboy Mansion Story Ever |

How do you take an ass whuppin at The Playboy Mansion on Superbowl Sunday?

According to the suit, a guy named Ryan Murphy claims he somehow scored an invite to a Super Bowl party at the Mansion in 2008 — a party where guests were “permitted to consume an endless amount of alcohol without restriction.” So far, so good — right?

But Murphy claims his night took a drastic turn after the party when a Playboy shuttle took him to a parking garage where party guests parked their cars.

In the suit, Murphy claims there was a backup in the parking garage and many of the “intoxicated individuals … became impatient and unruly”

Murphy claims the people in the car behind him began throwing beer bottles at his car — and ultimately dragged him out of his ride, where they proceeded to “savagely beat him.” Murphy claims he was knocked unconscious and sustained “several severe and debilitating injuries” from the attack.

Murphy is suing Playboy, the parking garage, his alleged attackers and others. Murphy claims Playboy knew that “incidents like this were likely to occur” — but did nothing to prevent it.

Here’s a word to the wise — if there is ever a time to hire a limo and skip the parking lot altogether, it’s when you have an invite to the Superbowl party at the Playboy Mansion.  That’s one that you want to show up at in style, not in your Hyundai with your designated driver.


  1. Kristin says:

    Of course he was the only sober individual attempting to drive that night.

  2. Yeah, I’m with Kristin…extra drunkiness is not conducive to driving. I wonder if Cali has dram shop laws or what their liquor service laws are like. In Maryland you have to make a reasonable attempt to serve responsibly and to stop the drunk person from leaving the premises if you know they are going to drive.

    Hefner might just be responsible if the booze service was as described. But, that’s in Maryland.