Holly Madison is opening up - again - about Hugh Hefner and life in the Playboy Mansion. Not surprisingly, her review is not glowing.
In her new book Down the Rabbit Hole, Madison dishes on Hefner's miserable bedroom antics and other horrors of Playboy life.
On top of the memoir itself, her interviews promoting the book have also revealed some eye-opening gems, none of them positive.
Especially not when it came to sex with her "boyfriend."
"Everyone wanted to get that kind of thing over very quickly," Madison said on the awkward subject of being intimate with Hefner.
As for the mind games she said Hugh played - putting Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson against each other - she said this:
"I think he should really be more secure with himself."
Damn. Is Hefner a diabolical, babe-hounding mastermind or is Holly just driven by revenge after being iced out of his inheritance?
Kendra has posited that it may be the latter, but if she's making all of this up out of thin air, that would be taking it awfully far, no?