Holly Madison and Hugh Hefner At War Over Relationship
Holly Madison’s book “Down the Rabbit Hole…” was released yesterday but there has been an ongoing battle for about two weeks between Madison and ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner. In her book, Holly alleges that there was constant drug use in the mansion, that she was offered drugs the first night she met Hef and that there was nothing but emotional abuse going on. Hef has since denied the claims in a statement and feels that Holly is trying to keep herself in the spotlight by writing this expose. Clearly, he was not concerned when she first moved in as Madison says that she did not have to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement so she can say whatever she wants.
The mother of Rainbow Aurora, with Pasquale Rotella, appeared on “The Wendy Williams Show” to discuss her book as well as Hef claiming that Holly has tried to “rewrite history.” She also addressed the hatred between another one of Hef’s young girlfriends, Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett now that she has decided to be Team Hef in all of this. “I wrote the book not because I had an ax to grind or because I wanted a reaction from him. I just wanted to tell my story and hopefully inspire other women if they’re in a bad relationship or a bad situation, to move on and not feel branded by a choice they made or a person they’re known to be with.”
Madison, 35 also goes on to talk about how, had she stayed in the mansion and Hef had passed, she would have been given three million dollars. “As I was packing up my things, I found this folder on the bed and it was his will and I had seen that he left me several million dollars. I thought it was really strange he would leave that out there for me to see. He wanted to get in my head and make me stay and at that point it just wasn’t about that. I knew I needed to leave and I’m glad I did.” Seems as though Madison did not want to be looked at as just a dollar sign despite each girlfriend receiving a grand a week for clothes.
So what is Holly’s reaction to her ex disputing her claims about mansion life? “I think he thinks I’m doing it for fame because he can’t grasp the fact that a woman would have a message and a story to tell.” Whatever the case, Holly seems to have found her happiness, away from the mansion, where she contemplated suicide, as she detailed in her book. I cannot wait to read this one!