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Cheryl's off to the Playboy Mansion

SEXY Caloundra babe Cheryl Maitland is about to return to the notorious Playboy Mansion. The 21-year-old pharmacy assistant can barely contain her excitement at having received a second invitation to a series of parties at the palatial Los Angeles love pad of Playboy's aging lothario, founder Hugh Hefner.

The lavish shindigs are part of the annual Playboy golf finals from March 28 to April 1.

Cheryl, who attended last year's event with her equally hot sister Sarah-Jane, is yet to meet octogenarian Hefner.

She will be one of the beauties promoting products on the course, before slipping into her most arousing outfits for some serious partying.

Cheryl got an invite last year after her Gold Coast-based sister paraded at the now-defunct Australian version of the event.

The Sunshine Coast stunner popped along to support her sis and the event's organiser liked what he saw.

"He thought we would have a better chance if we went as sisters," she said. Better chance of what? "Just to get noticed."

Given her intimate knowledge of the mansion after dark, Cheryl was able to confirm all the salacious rumours were true.

"Um, yep (they're true). Probably worse," she said, adding the nights were "just crazy … just a whole other world".

"It's the Playboy Mansion."


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