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Kendra Wilkinson has hurled some fighting words at her former Girls Next Door co-star Holly Madison.

The 30-year-old launched her attack on Twitter:

Holly's job was to get Hef hard again and clean him up with her mouth. That bitch is in fear now knowing so many of us saw her doing some nasty shit. She's embarrassed and in shame
She was the clean up girl.
Now Holly is on cover of People mag sayin she lived in fear at the mansion.
She wasn't in fear with that dick in her ass for a paycheck.

Wow. Even my feelings are hurt.

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Kendra has since removed the inflammatory remarks, while Holly tried to take the high-ish road.

She told TooFab:

I've written a book, The Vegas Diaries, that's about letting go and moving on. About resolving the past so you can live a future. I've dealt with my demons and I've come out ahead.
I can hold my head high and work hard to be the classy and kind person I aspire to be.
I want no part of a one-sided argument or feud where one woman lives to demoralize and degrade another woman.
For those with unresolved issues, therapy works.
You should try it.

Recently, Girls Next Door fans have been salivating at the notion of a reunion show, but Holly insists it's not gonna happen.

She tells People magazine:

I don't think there would be anything positive about us meeting up. It's not a real friendship and it's not part of my life anymore.

Holly started the bunny brawl when she trashed talked her former roommate in her Playboy Mansion tell-all, Down the Rabbit Hole.

Madison described Wilkinson as having a "sense of entitlement" and said that as soon as she arrived at the mansion, she asked for a big room, a new car and money to get her teeth fixed.

"I don't miss her," she flatly stated.

Kendra called Down the Rabbit Hole, a "book of lies."

"I wish her the best, but I'm done with that portion of my life," Holly said while promoting her latest book.

"I've moved on. I'm happier now."

Meanwhile, Holly insists her friendship with Girls Next Door's other girl, Bridget Marquardt, wasn't just for the ratings.

The 36-year-old tells People:

Bridget and I have always been friends off camera. There's a big difference between what's real and what's genuine versus someone who is like, 'I want to be in a feud with you this week because it's good for ratings.'
I'm done playing those games.

Yeah, well, let's wait to see about that.

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Playboy Expose: Holly Madison

Holly Madison is clearly no fan of Hugh Hefner these days—despite having lived with him at the Playboy Mansion for eight years, and owing her fame and fortune to him.

As Popdust previously reported, the now-35-year-old has penned a biting, warts and all expose on her life inside the Playboy Mansion, titled, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny—and it portrays the octogenarian as a major manipulator and control freak, who was both verbally and emotionally abusive.

The fact that Hef sexually objectifies women and treats them as his possession to do with what he will, surely comes as little surprise to anybody, but the picture Madison paints is much more grubby, and overall, just….. well…..sad, really.

Popdust has selected the top 15 highlights—or perhaps that should be lowlights—of Madison's book's claims:

1. Hef is a hoarder:

As Tina led me into the bedroom, I stumbled over and weaved through massive piles of junk covering the floor. Ceiling-high piles of videotapes, stuffed animals, art and gifts littered the room.

2. Hef made his sons, Marston, 9, and Cooper, 10, sleep in Bedroom 3, with one of his girlfriends, when they stayed over at the Playboy Mansion:

Though they never stayed over when I was there, there were still toys scattered across the bedroom floor, which made for an incredibly odd and, frankly, creepy juxtaposition.

3. Hef would take photos of his girlfriends every night and have them delivered to their rooms the next morning, to ensure they understood the pressure to always look their best:

[The photos] only amplified the massive pressure to always look perfect and cause the girlfriends to spend hours critiquing their appearances.

4. Hef ran the Mansion like some weird cult and refused to let his girlfriends seek outside help if they were unhappy—Madison writes about one occasion where she begged Hefner to let her see a shrink because she was suffering from such bad depression:

He said, “No, I'm not going to let you see a psychiatrist, because they're just going to tell you to leave — go talk to my secretary about it." So I just started planning how I was going to see someone on my own. He's basically admitting that he knows the situation is messed up.

5. Hef had a strict 9pm curfew for all his girlfriends, and if they dared stay out later would throw a hissy fit:

[Hef] kicked his feet, mustered up some questionable crocodile tears (was he really crying? I thought), and told them if they wanted to 'stay out late' they could move out.

6. Hef refused to kiss his girlfriends during sex, would show no intimacy, and always climaxed by masturbation alone—Madison writes of their first sexual encounter:

Much to my surprise, my turn was over as quickly as it started. By the time I was able to wrap my head around what was happening, Hef had already moved on to Candice, then to a few of his actual girlfriends before finishing off by himself, as he always did. I have never had a more disconnected experience. There was zero intimacy involved. No kissing, nothing. It was so brief that I can't even recall what it felt like beyond having a heavy body on top of mine.

7. Once again with the masturbation:

I don't know what people think goes on in the bedroom, but it was always very much the same, and intimidating, and not something that I liked. It was a miserable part of my life. ... Two huge television screens projecting graphic porn lit up the otherwise dark bed. In the middle, a very pale man was tending to his own business (if you're catching my thinly veiled innuendo) and puffing on a joint before passing it around to the nearest blonde. The girlfriends, in various stages of undress, were sitting in a semicircle at the edge of the bed—some kneeling, some standing, some lying down.

8. Hef controlled what his girlfriends wore and how they looked:

Madison says Hefner had a strict dress code for all his girlfriends: "very over-the-top, sort of trashy outfits (think BeDazzled rhinestone bustiers and skirts so short there was barely a point in wearing them)" That he banned all girls from wearing red lipstick, which he said made them look, old, hard, and cheap… and that he would even control how long their hair was and what color it was dyed. She says that he also controlled any plastic surgery procedures the girls underwent, with the most common of those being (not surprisingly) boob jobs, nose jobs, and liposuction.

9. Hef also controlled their weight:

Madison recalls one occasion where Hefner berated Kendra Wilkinson for appearing to have put on some weight, and warned her to watch her diet.

10. The perceived “glamor" of the Playboy mansion is nothing but an illusion:

Madison claims the carpeting is stained with urine from Hef's nine dogs, most of the bedrooms had cheap, outdated and beat-up beds and dressers, and that some of the girls taped over vents so they could smoke crystal meth without getting caught.

11. The illusion also extended to gifts:

Madison says that Hef gave all of the girlfriends bunny necklaces, which were actually made of cubic zirconia rather than diamonds.

12. Hef keeps photos of every girl who has visited the mansion, and rates each one before filing away:

He would label them A, B, or C (based primarily on their looks but also on how scantily clad they were) before having them catalogued in his social secretary's office.

13. It's bedtime when Hef says it's bedtime, not before, and not after.

Madison claims that during the infamous mansion parties, girlfriends were allowed to dance only in front of Hef's table, were allowed to leave only to go to the bathroom, and that when Hef left the party to go to bed (usually around 1am) the girlfriends "had to go upstairs with him."

14. Hef loved to stir the shit amongst his girls and was a major manipulator:

Madison claims Hefner would suddenly change previously steadfast rules in order to favor one girl, purposely to cause trouble for her with the others, that he would regularly pit the girls against each other, and that he loved nothing more than to cause a major bitch-fest amongst his harem.

I learned Hef was the manipulator and that he pitted us against one another. I realized I wasn't treated well.

15. Hef treated his girlfriends as if they were were thick as shit:

Madison says Hefner would insist on mansplaining movies to her, "he would lean over to me to explain the plotlines and time periods in the most condescending of ways." And claims he steadfastly refused to ever discuss books, politics, or current events with her.

Meanwhile, Hefner has responded to Madison's claims with a statement to US Weekly—claiming, the model has rewritten history in order to stay in the spotlight:

Over the course of my life I've had more than my fair share of romantic relationships with wonderful women. Many moved on to live happy, healthy, and productive lives, and I'm pleased to say remain dear friends today. Sadly, there are a few who have chosen to rewrite history in an attempt to stay in the spotlight. I guess, as the old saying goes: You can't win 'em all!

Holly Madison has a new book coming out about her life inside the Playboy Mansion—and it includes more than a few disturbing anecdotes.

Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, details in depth her time as Hugh Hefner’s “No.1 girlfriend” and, she’s not holding back on the gory details.

According to Madison, the first time she met the legendary playboy, he offered her some “thigh openers”…. that’s drugs—specifically Quaaludes—for those not in the know.

How very retro of him!

“‘Would you like a Quaalude?’ Hef asked, leaning toward me with a bunch of large horse pills in his hands, held together by a crumpled tissue,” she writes, going on to reveal that when she declined, the now 89-year-old, “did not miss a beat: ‘Okay, that’s good,’ he said, nonchalantly. ‘Usually, I don’t approve of drugs, but you know, in the ‘70s they used to call these pills thigh openers.’ I want to scream ‘PAUSE!’ and freeze-frame that moment of my life. I want to grab that young girl, shake her back into reality and scream, ‘What the hell are you thinking?’”

And, things did not get any better from then on in.

Madison writes that she was led into a bathroom by Hef’s then No.1 girlfriend of the day, Tina Jordan, to be greeted by a bunch of chicks, all clad in pink flannel pajamas, soaking their feet in a black marble bathtub.

After donning the obligatory PJs herself, Madison dipped her feet in the bathtub and waited in line for her turn with the lusty Lothario—something, she says, all the girls dreaded.

In fact, Madison says the girls absolutely HATED the whole Hefner bedroom schtick, that they all "tried to get it over with as quickly as possible" and advised her to “fake” everything.

Thankfully however—for those poor girls at least—Hef doesn’t subscribe to the Sting and Trudie Styler tantric sex mode, as, Madison shares, "My turn was over just as quickly as it had started" and included zero intimacy and absolutely no kissing.

Jeeze, pass me those mother fucking Quaaludes dude.

So, perhaps what Hef lacks in prowess he makes up for in personality?

Nope, not so, at least according to Madison, who paints the octogenarian as a major manipulator and control freak, who was both verbally and emotionally abusive to her.

Madison claims Hefner would berate her over things as minor as her choice of lipstick color, or her hair cut, and that he loved stirring up a whole load of bitchy drama between his “girls.”

“I learned Hef was the manipulator and that he pitted us against one another,” she writes. “I realized I wasn’t treated well.”

Despite the shitty treatment, Madison stuck it out at the Mansion for eight long years, before finally throwing in her bunny ears and getting the hell out of dodge—but, not before Hef attempted to reel her back in with the one thing he does have in abundance—cold, hard cash.

Madison claims Hefner wrote her into his will—to the tune of three million—but, obviously, there was a catch.

“It was there, in black and white,” she writes. “The will stated that $3,000,000 would be bestowed to Holly Madison at the time of his death (provided I still lived in the Mansion). At the time, it was more money than I’d ever know what to do with… But I didn’t want it. I actually pitied him for stooping to that level. I couldn’t help but be offended. Did he really think he could buy me? I put the folder back on the bed just as I had found it and never breathed a word of it.”

Amazingly, Madison was never forced to sign a non-disclosure, so she’s free to dish the dirt and bash Hef as much as her heart desires—so, why is the mom-of-one deciding to do so now?

Well, aside from the obvious cash incentive, Madison says she is doing it, in part, for her 2-year-old daughter, Rainbow.

“I want her to understand why I made the choices I made,” Madison tells US Weekly. “And hopefully learn from them and not make stupid mistakes herself.”

Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny goes on sale June 23.