From Playboy to Pokémon.
Marston Hefner’s OnlyFans income allows him to splurge on collectibles — like Pokémon cards and comic books — but his wife isn’t necessarily “crazy about” the Playboy scion’s risqué endeavor.
“She would rather me not be on OnlyFans, but what’s more important to her is me pursuing my dreams or my interests — taking risks,” the 33-year-old son of the late Hugh Hefner told Page Six in an exclusive interview, adding that Anna — whom he married in August 2022 — encourages him to explore what he finds “interesting.”
“It is a long-term avenue for further financial security,” he said of the lucrative hobby, making sure to note that he would support her if she chose to launch her own OnlyFans account.
“If she wanted to do an open relationship, we’ll talk about it. If she wanted to do anything sexual, that’s a conversation that we have no matter what, and we are always having it,” he went on.
“I think we grew up with parents who, like, maybe the father could stray, or it was more acceptable for the male to do whatever they want. That’s not — I don’t believe in that.”
Though he wouldn’t disclose just how much money he’s making from his X-rated uploads, Marston teased that he’ll “be able to own a Pokémon Trophy card” — which can cost up to six figures — before the year’s end.
The writer, gamer and collector — who identifies as “bisexual AF” — “grew up with Playboy [magazines] strewn around in the house” and explained that “nudity was a common thing.”
“I believe that there’s nothing wrong with nudity or sexuality,” he shared, adding that that belief extends to traditional pornography.
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Despite having the “Mansion Master” for a dad and former Playboy Playmate Kimberley Conrad for a mom, Marston said he was raised to acknowledge a “demarcation” between nudity and porn.
“As progressive as I was, I was still taught to stigmatize whatever pornography is,” he told us. “And I just don’t care to do that. Like, if people have sex and they make money from it, [cool]. If I end up doing that, cool.”
Marston added that although he doesn’t see his “unconventional” parents — who were 37 years apart and separated for the majority of their 21-year marriage — as relationship “role models,” he insisted the exes were “very close.”
Still, he said “a consistent, long-term relationship” is something he and Anna are “creating right now.”
According to Marston, that’s only possible because they built their “foundation” on “complete honesty.”