EDITORIAL: Holly Madison has moved on with her life quite successfully and is now comfortable to share with the World what she realizes is the facts of what she lived through as a sex slave to the World’s most famous pimp, Hugh Hefner. The truth of what life is really like while living in the vacuum of Hollywood’s fake fame should be an eye opener to everyone. Playboy is a front for the sex slavery of teen girls and women. To support Hugh Hefner is to support the slavery and trafficking of YOUR DAUGHTERS. Those are the facts of legal pornography in America. It’s way past time to shut down this evil empire and make Hugh Hefner pay for his many crimes against all of humanity.
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Kendra Wilkinson is still living in the shadows of her past and obviously hasn’t dealt with what she went through with Hugh Hefner. She was very young and naive when she first came to Playboy. That’s the only life she knows as an adult. Many victims have a hard time facing, and then sharing, their victimization, because our society still judges victims as weak and ignorant. While Kendra works to discredit Holly’s work, she herself has said she had to get drunk and do drugs to have sex with Hugh. She’s likely being paid or threatened to change her tune now.
Kendra also admits on ‘Celebrity Wife Swap‘ that she knows less about parenting than Kate Gosslin’s 10 year olds (that made me cry). She then goes on to ask Hugh Hefner for marriage advice, a public pimp who gets girls through false promises and then keeps them through grooming and trauma bonding. He’s never even had a real marriage. Hugh tells her to stay with her husband, Hank Baskette, who cheated on her with a transvestite, like she should just accept this lethal transgression as normal. She stayed but has been a mess ever since. Unfortunately, Kendra is clueless about true reality. She’s still trying to succeed at living a reality show life!
ROCK ON HOLLY. I’m praying for you!
09/28/2015 AT 02:10 PM EDT
The Playboy scion’s former live-in girlfriend talked about her decision to leave the Playboy Mansion during an interview with Oprah Winfrey on Saturday’s episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now? – and Madison, now 35, claims Hefner tried to convince her to stay by offering her money.
“Hef and I started hitting a rocky patch when it became clear that Bridget [Marquardt] and Kendra [Wilkinson] were leaving, they were moving onto new things,” Madison said. “I just had enough, and just had realized all the delusions I’d been under and that this was no longer the life for me.”
Madison said her decision to leave “came to a bizarre peak” when she went into Hefner’s room to gather her belongings.
“I found on my side of the bed a folder that he left out, and in his will he left me $3 million,” Madison explained. “It was very clear that he left that out for me to see because he was hoping I would change my mind and get me to stay, but it just kind of disgusted me more than anything because all he can do was say, ‘Oh, here, I’m going to throw you some money to get you to stay.’ It just grossed me out.”
Madison hasn’t held back when it comes to discussing details of her relationship with Hefner, 89. In June, she published a tell-all memoir titled Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny that reveals she considered suicide while living in the Mansion.
She has since faced backlash from Hefner, who said Madison chose “to rewrite history,” as well as from Hefner’s son Cooper and former Playboy Mansion housemate Kendra Wilkinson, who has fiercely defended Hefner and recently said Madison isn’t “living on Earth.”
During the interview with Winfrey, Madison also talked about drug use at the infamous manor.
“Everything at the Mansion looked very glamorous and it looked like something that I wanted as well,” Madison recalled. “The first night I went out with Hef and the girls I got really drunk. He offered me prescription drugs, which I didn’t take, but he offers Quaaludes to all the girls that would come out with him.”
Madison also said that once upstairs, “there’d be kind of this orgy that was going on,” which turned out to be “traumatic” for her.
In June, Madison talked to PEOPLE Now about the backlash she has faced from Hefner’s camp.
“I’m definitely not rewriting history,” Madison said. “Everything in the book is 100 percent true. I just think it’s not the version of the story he would like to tell.”