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What Was Hugh Hefner’s Official Cause of Death?

When Hugh Hefner died in 2017, the public was understandably divided about how to grieve. On the one hand, Hugh was a human, and the death of any person, no matter how old, is heartbreaking. However, Hefner did enrage certain groups during his lifetime, and he was highly controversial for his marriages, strange living arrangements, and considerably younger wives and companions.

He also received a lot of attention for a variety of reasons. He even sought to solicit Jennifer Aniston’s services once. Hugh’s family, on the other hand, held high regard for the entrepreneur, especially since his legacy lives on in numerous forms.

In reality, while none of Hugh’s children have followed in his footsteps, his daughter has a strong view of her father’s business. She later rose to the position of CEO. Hugh was clearly missed by his friends, family, fans, and prior girlfriends, as well as his wife at the time of his death. But what ultimately brought him down?

When Hugh died, one cartoonist’s animated animation depicted the Playboy Mansion as a party hotspot, complete with truckloads of certain little blue pills. Hugh was even said to have died of strange causes, according to the caricature.

Hugh Hefner's Official Cause of Death

And, unhappily for the Hefners, there was much speculation as to why Hugh died. To be clear, he was 91 years old when he died, so he had lived a long life. However, there was a considerable misunderstanding about how he died because his spokeswoman initially stated “natural causes,” according to Newsweek.

An investigation eventually revealed that Hefner’s death was caused by a combination of causes. For one thing, cardiac arrest was stated as the principal cause of death on the death certificate. However, two more reasons were mentioned as contributing to the mogul’s condition.

According to Newsweek, one was a blood infection and the other was an E. Coli infection. Hugh’s health problems before his death were reported as septicemia (blood bacteria) and E. Coli. Essentially, an E. Coli infection caused sepsis, and while this did not kill Hugh, it did not mean he was in good health at the time of his death.

Hugh’s ailments were “debilitating” near the end of his life, according to AOL, despite his outward appearances. Hugh had a back problem that got worse over time, in addition to the blood problems and infections, according to AOL.

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