Holly Madison wrote another tell-all book, The Vegas Diaries, and has been promoting the hell out of it.
The follow-up to her first memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole, is supposed to chronicle her time living in Las Vegas after she left the famed Playboy Mansion, but she still manages to include several nuggets on the nightmarish time she had as one of Hugh Hefner's "girlfriends."
The former bunny recently did an AMA on Reddit, in which fans could ask her anything, and she'd answer in real time.
But when fans asked about her beef with former housemate Kendra Wilkinson, she chose not to answer.
One user questioned, "What's up with you and Kendra?!" and Holly just ignored the question entirely. She did, however, respond to another question asked by the same individual.
Later, a fan brought up Kendra's "fake laugh," which Holly had described in her first book, but she passed over that as well.
In case you missed it, Kendra totally went off on Holly last week after the author described her time in the mansion as "miserable," reporting that she had lived in fear.
The Kendra On Top star slammed Holly on Twitter, calling her Hef's "clean up girl" whose job it was to "get Hef hard again."
"Now Holly is on cover of People mag sayin she lived in fear at the mansion," Kendra said. "She wasn't in fear with that d--k in her ass for a paycheck."
She later deleted the tweets and gave a half-hearted apology, but the damage had been done.
If anything, she just gave Holly more press for her book.
In the AMA, the author was asked whether she was glad she appeared in The Girls Next Door, the reality show about living in the Mansion, to which she responded:
"Oh, I definitely enjoyed the opportunity at the time! It was an amazing opportunity for me and I had a lot of fun.
"And for many different reasons go into it - a lot is in Down the Rabbit Hole, but it's not really something I'd want to do now. I think reality TV was more a fun thing for my twenties."
Another fan inquired about how she hardly knew Hefner when she moved into a mansion, and if it was common practice for the mogul to move women in without knowing them well.
"Absolutely! That's 100% true," she responded.
Find out more dirt Holly dished about Hefner and the Playboy mansion: