Holly Madison continues to rail against Hugh Hefner and Playboy, describing the bedroom antics that went on in the mansion as "miserable."
How miserable are we talking? Pretty darn depressing, if you believe her ... and we can sadly envision everything she says awfully easily.
"The first night I had spent at the Playboy Mansion was definitely very eye-opening. It was clear that there was certain things expected of you."
"It was clear that there was a definite routine going on, and it was very bizarre. It definitely wasn't what I expected it to be, it was a lot scarier."
Holly was offered prescription drugs, she says, adding:
"It was always very much the same, and it was very intimidating. It was not something that I liked. It was a miserable part of my life."
Madison says the girls were made to dip their feet into a black bathtub before slipping into pink flannel pajamas and heading to the bedroom.
There, she said, what she discovered was eye-popping:
"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."
Madison's memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, is pulling zero punches.
"When I first started going to parties at the mansion, it was very glamorous," Madison said. "I was still in college and very starstruck."
"I am happy to be able to finally set the record straight."
Is she reinventing the record? While Madison's made these claims, Hefner says Madison is full of it, releasing his own statement to the media:
"Over the course of my life I’ve had more than my fair share of romantic relationships with wonderful women," the Playboy founder said.
"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!"
No you can't, but if what Holly's saying is true, she might be right in discouraging Playmates from getting naked or every setting foot in there.