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Earlier this year, it was reported that 73-year-old businessman Larry Flynt - who owns Larry Flynt Publications, the publisher behind pornographic magazine Hustler - was keen to put a bid in on the legendary mansion but did not believe it was worth $200 million.
In its appeal to the 6th Circuit, the magazine and its parent, Larry Flynt Publications (a company that is no stranger to First Amendment cases) claimed their lawyer told them they could publish the picture under the fair use exception.
"No more than the 1960s when it became the phenomenon of cinema," Larry Flynt, chief executive of Larry Flynt Publications, said when asked about the future of 3D.
He is the head of Larry Flynt Publications, which is reported to average 300 million dollars per year in revenue, with the pornographic men's magazine accounting for most of the earnings.
A "punk rock dropout" who edited a department store's newspaper ads before moving to Hustler in 1983, Allan MacDonell spent 20 years climbing the greasy pole at Larry Flynt Publications. He was sent packing after insulting his boss-at a roast.