29.08.2022 / 19:35
Playboy bunnies say Hugh Hefner ‘fake cried’ for sex: ‘Can I collect my allowance?’
sound the sirens on their seemingly once-beloved Hef, ex-bunnies Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt now claim that the late men’s magazine magnate would manipulatively turn on the waterworks. “If we were emotional about something or asking for something, he would start fake crying,” said Madison, 42, while reminiscing with Marquardt, 48, about her unpleasant experiences at the Playboy Mansion on their podcast “Girls Next Level.”“It was such bad acting and so obvious,” added Madison. The platinum blonde co-starred as one of Hef’s three main girlfriends, alongside co-host Marquardt and Kendra Wilkinson, 37, on E!’s “Girls Next Door” in the early 2000s. Her fake-crying claim against Hefner, who died of sepsis at age 91 in 2017, comes just days after she and Marquardt used their platform to expose him for making Playmates feel like pieces of “meat” during forced orgies in his “hoarder-like” bed filled with sex toys. During their most recent episode, Madison went on to blast Hef for “gaslighting” her and the other girls by weaponizing his tears even though he already had “all the power in the relationship.”“For the longest time I never talked to anybody about it because I thought maybe I was the only one noticing this,” said Madison of Hefner’s phony blubbering. “But I remember, not long after Kendra moved in she goes, ‘Does Hef fake cry? Because I was talking to him and he started fake crying,’” she continued, noting that Wilkerson’s query came as a comfort. “I was like, ‘Finally, I know I’m not insane,’” Madison recounted.