Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison share their Playboy Bunny history in common, but in Kendra On Top, Wilkinson makes it clear that they don’t agree on what happened during their years with Hugh Hefner, reported MSN.
What’s got Kendra baring her bunny teeth? Wilkinson is outraged over Holly’s tell-all, entitled Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny.
Although Holly and Kendra starred together in The Girls Next Door, Wilkinson is accusing her former pal from the Playboy Mansion as lying in the memoir.
“What Holly is saying is extremely false. I’m like, ‘Where did this s–t come from?'” Kendra questioned.
Wilkinson is on Team Hefner when it comes to slamming Holly’s memories of life at the Playboy mansion. Among Madison’s accusations about what happened are drugs, booze, group sex, and emotional abuse. It was so bad, according to the 35-year-old former Bunny, that she even considered suicide.
And so Kendra has taken it on herself to slam Holly.
“Someone needs to have a voice against this. Hef won’t do it. He’s too nice of a guy,” declared Wilkinson. “I’m not going to let this b—- get away with something like that.”
Hefner has also spoken out about the memoir, accusing Holly of revising history.
Kendra has gone a step further than attacking the facts in Holly’s book, however. Wilkinson also now says that the former Playboy Bunnies actually were never good friends, despite the previous portrayal on their reality TV show, according to the Daily Mail.
“It’s just absurd. Seven years later and this b***h is talking about s**t that happened while I was f*****g 18, 19 and 20,” said Kendra.
Wilkinson says that the only item that she and Holly have in common is that they slept with Hefner, emphasizing that they were never friends.
And the 30-year-old wife of Hank Baskett and mom of two also challenged Madison for being so critical of the Playboy Mansion’s lifestyle, arguing that she feels Holly should be grateful for Hefner.
The Playboy king carefully phrased his own take on the memoir, tossing out all of Madison’s claims.
“Over the course of my life I’ve had more than my fair share of romantic relationships with wonderful women,” said Hugh sentimentally. “Many moved on to live happy, healthy, and productive lives, and I’m pleased to say remain dear friends today. Sadly, there are a few who have chosen to rewrite history in an attempt to stay in the spotlight.”
But Holly is firm in her feelings. Madison insists that she wrote her memoir to provide inspiration to women who feel trapped in a negative relationship. As for why she put in so much detail about the Playboy Mansion, she says she takes responsibility for her choices in her tell-all.
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