It’s like opening an old chapter of a book you’ve read a thousand times over.
Kendra Wilkinson came to Hugh Hefner‘s defense after Holly Madison wrote a book that detailed her time at the Playboy Mansion.
— Cosmopolitan UK (@CosmopolitanUK) September 26, 2015
In a video clip from her show, Kendra on Top, Wilkinson said she would confront Madison regarding the book. "What Holly is saying is extremely false," Wilkinson says in the clip. "I'm like, 'Where did this s*** come from?' " Madison published her book, Down the Rabbit Hole, which exposed everything that happened inside the Playboy Mansion including group sex, drug use, and alcohol abuse.
She also said that Hefner manipulated her and pitted the women against each other. Suffice to say, Madison made numerous allegations against her former boss/lover in the memoir. "Someone needs to have a voice against this. Hef won't do it. He's too nice of a guy," says Wilkinson in the clip. "It's just weird how someone can get away with such a thing."
Wilkinson also added that Madison should appreciate the lifestyle Hefner had given her instead of criticizing her old life. Additionally, Madison previously said that Wilkinson is a “fake.” This was after Wilkinson said Hefner asked her to be his girlfriend and gave her a house key before he invited her up to the bedroom. Madison claimed none of that happened and questioned the intention of Wilkinson.
“If she thinks I'm fake, then great... it's not like we were friends in the first place,” Wilkinson said. She also added that the only connection they had is the man they slept with.
“It's just absurd. Seven years later and this b***h is talking about s**t that happened while I was f***ing 18, 19, and 20,” Wilkinson said.
Meanwhile, Hefner denied all allegations made by Madison in her book, adding it was just Madison’s attempt to “stay in the spotlight.”