Kendra Wilkinson Calls Out Holly Madison's 'Disgusting Lies' In New Tell-All Memoir

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Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison are getting down and dirty in a feud over Madison's memoir Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny.

The New York Daily News, which calls the book a “tell-too-much,” apparently strongly suggests there are details in the memoir not for the faint of heart, this according to The Inquisitr.

Wilkinson adamantly denies details from the book, calling claims by Madison about her and the two playboy bunnies' former boyfriend, Hugh Hefner, “disgusting lies.”

Entertainment Tonight previewed a clip from Kendra Wilkinson’s reality TV series Kendra on Top, which shows and angry Wilkinson on her way to confront Holly Madison ranting about the “absurd” rumors being spread thanks to the memoir.

“I’m like, ‘Where did this s–t come from?'” says Wilkinson.

“[Holly] writes a book putting rumors out there about me all over the Internet and stuff. It’s just absurd.”

Wilkinson, 39, goes on to defend the 89-year-old Hefner.

“Someone needs to have a voice against this. Hef won’t do it. He’s too nice of a guy… It’s just weird how someone can get away with such a thing.”

In Down the Rabbit Hole, Madison claims that Hugh Hefner emotionally abused her, gave her “thigh-opening drugs” and details endless parties, orgies, and rampant drug and alcohol abuse, which Holly claims led her to contemplate suicide.

Hugh Hefner has denied the accusations made in the best-seller. And the public seems to be siding with Kendra Wilkinson. A poll by the Daily News had 72 percent of voters believing Kendra’s version of events over Holly Madison.

Pam Wright