Kendra Wilkinson was again asked for her thoughts about fellow former Playmate Holly Madison's memoir, and again, they aren't positive.
Madison's book, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, does not hold back.
Neither does Kendra. Wilkinson slammed Madison before as a vengeful, spiteful failed gold-digger, and Saturday, she spoke with Us.
"I think it’s up to people what they believe," K-Dubs said of her one-time co-star. "I can’t dictate. I can’t manipulate anybody’s minds."
"The proof is out there on The Girls Next Door. At the end of the day, people made up their minds already if they believe it or not."
Madison's memoir is full of dark stories from the Playboy Mansion, where she spent three years as Hugh Hefner's live-in girlfriend.
"I don't know what people think goes on in the bedroom," Madison said, but Hugh Hefner was miserable in bed, to put it mildly.
"It was always very much the same, and intimidating, and not something that I liked," she adds. "It was a miserable part of my life."
Wilkinson has defended Hefner repeatedly, calling Holly irrelevant at best, and an ungrateful, shameless human being at worst.
"It’s a shame that someone can’t be appreciative of what something like that has given them," she said of Madison selling Hef out.
Madison's response to Kendra? Safe to say no love is lost.
"I lived with Kendra for four years and I never saw her in the vicinity of a book, so I didn’t think she was going to read it," she snapped.
"Maybe she’ll have frenemies fill her in on what it says?"
Oooh, that one stings. Not. Never one to care what the haters say, Kendra assures Us she personally is thankful for the experience.
Say what you will about her, she knows who she is.
"I’ve been doing this for 11 years now," she said of her reality TV life. "I’m used to the public knowing me, knowing about me."
"This is my story. I chose to do this."