Hugh Hefner is making sure his heirs stay sober from beyond the grave. The Playboy founder passed away in September and left his estate to five people: his four children and his widow, Crystal Harris. His will, however, contains a caveat: stay sober or get nothing.
If an heir is found to be involved with substance abuse, they forfeit their right to the money. The heirs can request a drug test on another heir if they suspect there's a problem.
Hefner, who died in September at the age of 91, wasn't a fan of drugs like cocaine and felt that alcohol and tobacco were killers.