Hugh Hefner Wrote Holly Madison Creepy Letters After She Left Him

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Oh yeah, there’s STILL MORE on the Holly Madison/Hugh Hefner front!

There’s a lot of crazy crap Madison is detailing in her book, but most recently, Hugh Hefner’s ex says she hasn’t talked to Hef in four years, but he DID used to send her inappropriate letters after she left him and the Playboy Mansion behind. Us Weekly reports:

“They were all very formal, short letters, and it would usually be in response to something I said in the press,” Madison, 35, explained. “At the time I had a TV show [Holly’s World] on, so I was doing all kinds of random interviews and they’d ask me my opinion on the new Girls Next Door or who he was dating. If I said anything that was slightly not to his liking he’d send me some reprimanding type of letter.”

She continued: “And it just got to the point where I’d throw them away and not even look at them. There was a very creepy vibe to them. I felt like he was trying to act like he was my dad and like control every move that I made.”

Ew. But that totally sounds like something Hef would do. Right? As previously reported, Hefner also had different types of “notes” when Holly was still living in the mansion. He allegedly offered her millions of dollars to stay at the time…

“I found this folder on my side of the bed when I said I was leaving and going in to pack up the stuff, and it was clear he’d left it out for me to see and it seemed like a desperate ploy,” Madison told Us. She added of the house: “It was definitely worse than middle school because in middle school you get to go home at the end of the day!”

(Us Weekly)

Oh man, Madison’s memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, is gonna be bonkers.  Keep the playboy mansion news COMING, Holls!

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