Kendra Wilkinson spent several years living at the Playboy mansion and being in a relationship with Hugh Hefner.
She was also on the reality show The Girls Next Door. The show followed Kendra and Hugh’s two other live-in girlfriends as they partied and enjoyed a life of luxury.
When Kendra got engaged to Hank Baskett in 2008, she ended things with Hefner and moved out of the mansion.
Kendra and Hank married in 2009, but have spent most of this year fighting and dealing with marriage problems.
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Hank allegedly cheated on Kendra with a transgender woman and continued a relationship with her. Hank has denied such a relationship and he and Kendra are trying to work things out.
In spite of everything Kendra has been going through, she claims that Hefner has not been supportive of her during the tough times.
Hefner has had relationships with dozens of girls over the years and is always supportive of them when they move on or find themselves in a tough situation.
Kendra is so upset with Hefner that she has even opened up about their sex life and said that she didn’t like having sex with him and had to be drunk or high to allow it to happen.
"Hef asked me to be one of his girlfriends and live in the mansion and I was like, 'I don't even know what that means, but hell, yeah! I'm there!' I was living in this small-ass apartment. … I was praying for anything to get me out of there," she told show presenter Melanie Sykes about how she came to live with Hefner.
"I moved in and weeks went by and I didn't know that sex was involved," she said. "Because I knew nothing about Playboy. I had just graduated high school."
According to Hollywood Life, Kendra treated sex with Hefner like a job and knew that she had to do it if she wanted to continue living in the mansion.
“At about the minute mark, I pulled away and it was done,” she said. “It was like a job. Clock in, clock out. It’s not like I enjoyed having sex with him.”
If Kendra was hoping Hefner would offer her some support, she might as well forget about it now.