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The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

Anne Ryan claims that it was her father Jack Ryan who created the famous Barbie doll, but Mattel destroys his legacy.

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Ann Ryan, 67, is fighting for the legacy of her father, Jack Ryan, claiming he was the one who created the famous Barbie doll, but toy giant Mattel removed all mention of him due to Jack living a life full of drugs and sex orgies. The Daily Mail writes about this.

Anne Ryan says she sent dozens of letters to Mattel, but they were all ignored. She is now seeking access to internal records and archives that she says will prove her father's role as the inventor of the world's most famous doll.

Jack Ryan committed suicide in 1991 at the age of 65, was married five times and was a well-known Los Angeles swinger who threw orgies on his estate. Singer Tom Jones is mentioned among the guests at his mansion.

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

Anne says that Mattel prefers to stick to their version that Ruth Handler invented Barbie and nowhere mentions Jack Ryan.

Mattel is desperate to protect the reputation of its top-selling toy from Ryan's, even though Ruth Handler was also kicked out of the company for forgery and later sentenced to five years' probation, 2,500 hours of community service, and a $57,000 fine.

Ann Ryan claims to have documents and drawings from her father that prove he invented the Barbie in 1959. Ruth Handler and her husband Elliot founded Mattel in 1945. Initially, they sold photo frames, then dollhouse fittings and musical toys. Barbie doll made a real revolution.

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

Mattel's corporate history on the company's website does not mention Jack Ryan, it only says that Ruth Handler was inspired by how her daughter Barbara played with paper dolls and came up with Barbie.

“What's not mentioned in corporate history is that my father's role in designing Barbies began long before he joined Mattel. Growing up, he was obsessed with the female form, studying and tracking the pin-ups of famous artists, and Ruth promoted the idea of ​​an adult female doll for many years,” says Ruth.

During a European vacation in 1956, Ruth Handler discovered Bild-Lilli, a plastic adult doll based on a sexy popular cartoon character from a German newspaper.

Believing that the Bild-Lilli transformation could net Mattel a fortune like a child's toy, Handler handed it over to Ryan, the Yale- and Harvard-educated head of research and design at the company, and told him to “make a miracle.”

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

The daughter of a famous swinger, junkie, and orgy lover claims he created the Barbie doll

Ryan, who previously designed missiles for the Pentagon, began working on his own detailed engineering and design, using Bild-Lilli as a model, and created the doll that became Barbie. He invented moving doll joints and named it after his first wife, Barbara.

Jack Ryan is mentioned in Ruth Handler's 1994 memoir, Dream Doll. But in the end, the creators of the most popular doll in the world fell out, Mattel cut Ryan's huge fees that he was paid for designing and selling Barbie and other toys. Ryan severed his close ties with Mattel after two decades and sued the company for $24 million for non-payment of royalties. He ended up getting less than half.

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that he created the Barbie doll

The daughter of a famous swinger, drug addict and orgy lover claims that it is he created a Barbie doll

Ann provided her father's original patent for the famous doll, filed in 1959. She included a photo of her father's detailed Barbie drawings in an email to Mattel's CEO, “hoping it would get Mattel's attention.”

“My dad is Barbie's real dad. Obviously Ruth didn't approve of his lifestyle and jealous of his achievements,” said Ann Ryan and noted that “it's time to clarify” the history of the Barbie doll.

In addition to orgies, Jack Ryan also drank a lot and used cocaine, and he had periods of depression – periods , which Anne now associates “with the stress and anxiety of Ruth Handler's unkindness towards him.”

He eventually suffered a heart attack and a debilitating stroke and shot himself. Among his wives was model, socialite and actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, famous for her nine marriages.

“Now I want Mattel to fork out and finally recognize everything that my father has done for this company. That he was the father of Barbie and much more,” said Ann Ryan.