It’s all about that gold. At least, that’s what Cooper Hefner, son of Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner, thinks of his dad’s ex, Holly Madison. The 23-year-old is currently claiming that Madison is bending the truth about her life in her new memoir, entitled, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny. Is it possible that the reason this title is fourteen words is because that’s likely how many Madison and Hugh Hefner exchanged in their entire relationship?
While that’s just a theory, Cooper Hefner has more to say. He accuses her of getting famous by being a “gold digger” and thinks she has no right to “paint [herself] a victim of a relationship [she] aggressively sought for.” Hefner expressed this opinion on his Twitter last Tuesday.
But Hefner didn’t stop there. He claimed at Madison as well as V. Stiviano (mistress to Los Angeles Clippers owner, Donald Sterling and the one who released some of his racist tirades) are “wonderfully sh—ty people.” Looks like Hefner has really mastered the art of the oxymoronic insult.
Cooper Hefner isn’t alone in defending his father. Ex-Playboy Mansion housemate, Kendra Wilkinson (who once had a relationship with Hugh Hefner and was once friends with Madison), told People magazine that Madison’s book isn’t completely accurate. According to Wilkinson, Madison always had a tendency to manipulate and admit to suicidal thoughts during her time in the Playboy Mansion.
Madison claims she was never in it to be a gold digger. She says she never cared about making money. Her outlook is that if she “wanted revenge, [she] would have done it a long time ago.” Apparently, Hugh Hefner included Madison in his will, but she still quit her job as a Playboy model.
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