Report: Playboy founder's trust denies money if kids or widow abuse drugs

Playboy Magazine's 2013 Playmate of the Year ceremony held at the Playboy Mansion. Featuring: Hugh Hefner Where: Holmy Hills, California, United States When: 09 May 2013 Credit: FayesVision/

Anyone listed to benefit from the late-Playboy founder's trust have to stay off drugs, according to documents obtained by The Blast.

The celebrity news site reports Hugh Hefner's trust, left to his kids and widow, details that they will be terminated from receiving any funds if they frequently use or consume drugs.

Those listed include his children David, Kristy, Cooper and Marsden. His ex-wife Crystal Harris is also listed.

It continues to state that it will definitely be cut if it's believed the "beneficiary is unable to care for himself or herself, or is unable to manage his or her financial affairs."

Trustees can drug test if they believe someone is using, but give any trustee who has a possible problem to clean up and get better - and thus become back in good faith with the trust.

According to The Blast, his sons will be the trustees when they turn 30.

Hefner died at 91 in September surrounded by family.

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