Kendra Wilkinson railed against Holly Madison in a series of crazy NSFW tweets this week, and while she's sorry for having done that ...
That's not the same as taking back what she said. FYI.
This week saw the renewal of one of Hollywood's most heated and long-running beefs between two of Hugh Hefner's former girlfriends.
Short version: Holly Madison has come out with a book, and a massive press blitz, in which she portrays Hugh and Playboy unfavorably.
K-Dubs, meanwhile, remains firmly on #TeamHef.
After hearing that Madison lived in fear at the Playboy Mansion (according to Madison), Wilkinson took to Twitter and just went OFF.
Holly, who was with Hefner from 2001-08 and spent much of that time as his "#1" girl, is just bitter and yearning to cash in, says Kendra.
Wilkinson has long maintained this in defense of Hef, whom she also dated. But she went a whole hell of a lot further this time around.
In Kendra's view, Holly is Hef's hoe and just bitter about being the “clean up girl” who was responsible for having to “get Hef hard again.”
Seriously, she said this. Word for word and many more too.
"Holly's job was to get Hef hard again and clean him up with her mouth," Wilkinson tweeted. "That bitch is in fear now."
"Knowing so many of us saw her doing some nasty s--t."
"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," Kendra's social media diatribe continued.
"She wasn't in fear with that d--k in her ass for a paycheck."
Wow. Kendra, who previously said Madison took it in the wrong hole, deleted these tweets and apologized, but didn't take it back either.
Rather, she continued to defend her ex with zero regrets.
“I felt the need to respond because I feel like she thinks … she can just get away with it [being just] her side," Kendra tells Us.
"I have a right to respond to what I believe. I saw her everyday with Hef and what is being told is not what I saw. He’s done nothing wrong."
“No one is going to stick up for Hef. … I have to be the one. I don’t really care what she says about me, but it’s how she paints the mansion.
"It’s making me mad. So many women, thousands of women, are so appreciative of Hef and so happy that Hef gave them their chance.”
“It just makes me mad that she wants to move on but she keeps writing stuff about the mansion. … I’m going to fight for Hef. That’s my job.
"She lived at the Playboy Mansion, people, not a church.”
Madison's response? Saying she doesn't wish to be in a fight where "one woman lives to demoralize and degrade another woman."
"For those with unresolved issues, therapy works."