Playboy model Holly Madison has opened up about her days at the Playboy Mansion and claims that not all the stories told are true.
The 42-year-old blonde bombshell has her own tell-all book called “Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny,” which is released Friday. She told entertainment news site E! Online that a lot of things she’s talking about with the upcoming release are true.
Holly first became a Playboy bunny when she was only 17. She and Kendra Wilkinson were roommates at the Playboy Mansion and currently star on “Playboy: After Dark,” a spinoff show on the E! network. Holly told E! she was “so freaking young” when she went to live in the mansion.
“When I first got there I was like ‘Oh my God I’m so young, I’m barely 18,’ and then later on I just realized that I’m a virgin to nothing other than walking into a room as a Hugh Hefner bunny and then out, and I’m just like, really?” Holly said.
Holly also said that the reality star paid a lot of money to do her role in “Girls Next Door.”
“I mean the truth is, like, I made a few hundred thousand dollars from it, but like there’s also this part where I’m at the Playboy Mansion every single week—that’s ridiculous and it makes me feel awful. So even if it’s not what I thought it was going to be, like it’s something that’s part of my past, I’d rather be honest,” she said.
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