Kendra Wilkinson is taking time off from the high drama going on in her life to defend her old friend, Hugh Hefner.
Hef was bashed pretty hard in Holly Madison's tell-all, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, and Kendra Wilkinson says that she remembers things pretty differently at the Playboy mansion.
In the book, Holly Madison claims that Kendra Wilkinson had an outlandish sense of entitlement when she was asked by Hef to move into the masion. However, she says that Wilkinson soon felt trapped.
She wrote of Kendra Wilkinson, "And as it is true with any caged animal, it was dangerous when Kendra grew bored. 'I'm locked down,' she would frequently say, referring to her new life behind the gates."
She added, "At 19 years old, Kendra was stuck with a 9 p.m. curfew, a 78-year-old boyfriend and stricter rules than she had ever had at home ... she was just another blonde girlfriend – and life at the mansion wasn't all she imagined it to be."
Kendra Wilkinson has now revealed that this wasn't the case and that Holly Madison isn't telling the truth about her life in the mansion.
Kendra Wilkinson told People, "My perception was that she acted like a First Lady. You know, she had to play a part, play a role every day being there. Like, 'I have to be this in order to get this.' "
Kendra Wilkinson then questioned Madison's motives for writing the book, saying, "How could [Holly] want kids and [to] get married to him and then, next thing you know, say these types of things about Hef? It's just out of revenge, and I feel bad for Hef. But you know what? He's an amazing human being."
What do you think of this feud between Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson?