Holly Madison is hoping to serve as a cautionary tale to other insecure, large-breasted blondes.
The former Playmate is on a promotional tour for her memoir (“Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny”) and told E! News how she responds when potential Playmates ask her for advice.
"I kind of advise against it," Madison says.
"It might seem like something fun and glamorous or rebellious and dangerous in your 20s, but guess what? When you're 30 or 40, you're not going to want those pictures floating around."
Unless you're Kim Kardashian, that is. She seems cool with her naked images being out there.
Madison continued, speaking of how Playboy holds all copyright over these pictures:
"You don't have control over them - someone else does.
"They can bring them out of the archives at any time. You don't have creative control over what the pictures look like. It's just something people should think about five times before doing."
Earlier this month, disturbing excerpts from Madison's book went viral, with Holly admitting she contemplated suicide in the past.
The busty blonde painted a VERY bleak picture of life as Hugh Hefner's girlfriend.
"I don't regret it because I learned a lot from the situation," Madison said of getting involved with Hefner when she was still in college.
"There were some good experiences that came along with the bad and I love where I ended up today. That's what life is. You can't really end up in a good place without going through some crazy stuff, too."