Holly Madison’s memoir doesn’t spare its readers any juicy details from her seven-year stint at Hugh Hefner’s famed Playboy Mansion. 1 girlfriend, Madison, now 35, says she was subjected to house rules, mean girls and more during her stay before parting ways with the now 89-year-old publication mogul in 2008.
In her tell-all, "Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny," she shares specific details on her time at the Holmby Hills, California, mansion with Hefner and her former “The Girls Next Door” co-stars, Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt, Crystal (Harris) Hefner and more.
Madison says that a few months after Kendra announced her engagement, Hefner told the press she would marry at his home and that he would walk her down the aisle, two plans Kendra never fully agreed to.
In the end, Wilkinson let her brother, Collin, have the honor.10. It’s no secret that Madison and Wilkinson are no longer friends.
In one passage, she says he quickly became possessive and she feared he would eventually become physical abusive.
“His anger seemed irrational to me and somewhat terrifying.
In her book, Madison shares a rumor that Baskett pursued Playboy model Kayla Collins before being introduced to Kendra.9. Kendra used the Playboy Mansion for her wedding to Hank Baskett, but it may not have been her idea.
She also recounts taking antidepressants, which she later weaned herself off of.
Madison claims that while Hefner was aware of her troubles, he did nothing to help her.“I told him he should really talk to you about it,” she recounts Marquardt saying during one conversation about her depression.“If I had any doubts about my decision to leave, what Bridget said had just squashed them,” writes Madison.
Holly Madison (left) has released a book detailing her life at the Playboy Mansion.
Here she poses with her then "The Girls Next Door" co-stars, Hugh Hefner, Bridget Marquardt and Kendra Wilkinson, in August 2006.