Liz Dickson, a model who helped host a Playboy golf event in 2012, has settled her lawsuit against the company after a “golf tee in butt” stunt went awry.
TMZ has acquired video of the botched “golf tee in butt” stunt at a Playboy event that caused a model to sue Playboy and a radio host.
Model Liz Dickson is suing Playboy and a radio host for an alleged botched stunt at an event involving a golf ball, tee, and her butt.
Today at 1 p.m., Outsports will take over Playboy's twitter feed for two hours to talk about Russia's anti-gay laws and their effect on the 2014 Winter Olympics. You should probably stop by.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: The Playboy head honors a party legend.
While the most odious piece of Super Bowl journalism was achieved, flagrantly, when Rick Reilly decided it was his place to tell Colin Kaepernick how to run his complicated family life, the silver-medal podium had remained fallow until today. We can all thank the scorched shell of the Times-Picayune to fill the void…
Panamanian defender Felipe Baloy plays for Mexican side Santos Laguna, and when approached by a charming little tyke decked out in full Warriors uniform, he happily knelt and posed for a photo. So did Ms. Jackeline Arroyo, cover model for the March issue of Playboy's Mexican edition.
Will Carroll, somewhat innocuously, tweeted the picture you see here during the Playboy party Saturday night, gently ribbing Rovell for tweeting anywhere. As you can see, the tweet was sent on February 4 at 12:05 a.m.
The photo above is a picture tweeted by noted beefcake Darren Rovell as he lamented the talent assembled for Playboy's annual Super Bowl party. In his own words "Quality of Playboy Playmates last night was not what it used to be. Here's 6 of the 16 girls with @SHAQ."
You remember Shanna Marie McLaughlin. Central Florida grad. Playboy Playmate of the Month for July 2010. Filmed a little video in the UCF locker room last year that got some people more bothered than hot, a silly ordeal that left her "dumbfounded" and resulted in a formal apology from the school — for allowing the…
Most of us have read over Kimberly Bell's wacky, disturbing revelations from a San Francisco courtroom by now. Playboy writer Steve Pond first nabbed an interview with her in 2007, and she was far more candid in the magazine than she was in her shrunken-testes-laden testimony at Bonds's trial.
Think Pete Rose spends every day broken up about not being in the Hall of Fame? Looks like he's got other things
on his brain.
Charissa Thompson. Bonnie Bernstein. Molly Sullivan. Lauren Shehadi. And some Erin chick I've never heard of. [Playboy.com]
The University of Florida wouldn't nominate Tebow for the Playboy All-American team because of his religious views. After UF turned in their initial nominations, Playboy actually telephoned to lobby for Tebow's inclusion. Florida stuck to their guns and Tim Tebow continued to be better than you or me. Unfortunately…
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