Oh here we go. Holly Madison, the famed girlfriend of Hugh Hefner (one of three at the time of her stay) has written a book to make all of us feel sorry for her and her lavish lifestyle with a millionaire that was old enough to be her grandfather. I'm starting to tear up already. She talks about wanting to drown herself in her ginormous bathtub because life was just so depressing stating that Hefner lives in just a "twisted world" and just about drove her to suicide.
"If I just put my head under water and take a deep breath in, it would all be over."
Meanwhile, the man who thought you loved him paid for everything, put an amazing roof over your head and gave you fame as if it was the easiest thing to obtain in the world. She at least admits that she was leading a ridiculous life, but then again no one forced her to live with the famous Playboy creator, let alone accept a reality TV deal which led to calenders, DVD sales and even toy merchandise.
The now mother of one who is now married (not to Hef) continues to say that upon her first introduction to Hefner, he offered her quaaludes saying that he didn't usualy condone drugs, but in the 70's they called the pills "Thigh Openers". Pretty damn forward of Hefner, but hey, he didn't slip them in her drink, and was just being straightfoward with her.
As horrific as Madison makes the encounter sound, she also admits to staying over at the mansion that night and moved in several weeks later. You poor thing!
The final straw was when Hefner tried one last tactic to get Madison to stay in the house after she had the funds (made by the reality show The Girls Next Door) in order to move out, essentially offering her $3 million by putting her in his will just as long as she stayed with him.
“The will stated that $3,000,000 would be bestowed to Holly Madison at the time of his death (provided I still lived in the Mansion). At the time, it was more money than I’d ever know what to do with… But I didn’t want it. I actually pitied him for stooping to that level."
Clearly she's mis-diagnosing the man's love as some sort of evil plot, but hey, that's Holly Madison for you. Frankly it makes us feel sorry for Hefner and his gullibility toward women who clearly didn't give a sh*t about him, only wanting the parties, lifestyle and fame.
So now Madison is taking the fame and fortune she gained from being so held against her will in her nightmare life and turning it into this tell-all book titled Down The Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures And Cautionary Tales Of A Former Playboy Bunny which you can now buy for around $20. Because $20 is probably looking real good to Madison now that Hugh Hefner isn't paying her bills.