'Hugh Hefner of Muskegon' has porn stash stolen - New York News

'Hugh Hefner of Muskegon' has porn stash stolen

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A West Michigan man says he plans to rebuild his extensive pornography collection after it was stolen during a break-in at his home.

Forty-three-year-old Earlie Johnson calls himself the "Hugh Hefner of Muskegon" and tells MLive.com he arrived home Tuesday afternoon with his fiancee to find the back door of his Muskegon home kicked in.

Johnson says the collection ranges from DVDs of 1970s films to current titles and was appraised at $7,500. At least two TVs also were reported stolen.

Johnson's story drew initial attention after he told investigators that his trove was "one of the largest porn collections" in Michigan.

Johnson says he's choosing to stay positive following the theft. Johnson says "a couple people knew" about his collection.

Police say they don't have any suspects.

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