Just hours before the debut of the A&E docuseries,Playboy Secrets, Cooper Hefner He speaks out to support his father, Hugh Hefner.

In the A&E series, which will premiere on Jan. 24, several individuals including Hugh’s former girlfriends and former members of staff allege negative and coercive experiences during their time at the famed Playboy mansion.

On Jan. 24, the 30-year-old—who served as the chief creative officer at Playboy Enterprises in 2016 and later as chief of global partnerships in 2019—issued a statement in defense of his father on Twitter.
Cooper is Hugh’s exwife. Kimberley Conrad, wrote. He was honest and sincere, even though he may have been unconventional. He loved people deeply and was generous with his time. These stories show how regret can lead to revenge.
Although Cooper did not mention the specific program or any participants by name, his statement comes just days after A&E released a teaser of the upcoming special, which, as stated in a press release beforehand, promises to “lift the veil” on the “long-hidden stories” of Playboy.