Here’s Holly Madison looking like the innocent mother she is.
After releasing salacious tell-all memoir Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, we’ve seen a flurry of back and forth from Hugh Hefner, Holly and Kendra Wilkinson, and all of it is AMAZING.
In an interview with In Touch, Madison explains that Hef thinks she rewrote history to stay in the spotlight, but that she doesn’t really care what he thinks, so WHATEV.
“I won’t let myself be afraid of him,” Madison told the publication. “I spent too many years like that.”
“[Hef] has no mental or emotional power over me anymore. I walked away from that seven years ago [when I left the mansion]. He is completely out of my life now.”
And Madison has a retort for that, too:
“If I wanted to write a cheap tell-all for revenge, I would have done that a long time ago. I had to pretend everything was OK back then, and it wasn’t.”
Later, she added: “I wrote this book in hopes that people would learn from my mistakes.”
Okay, Holly: just what kind of people can learn from your mistakes? The very small cross section of potential Hefner gfs that may or may not live in the Playboy mansion? That’s a question I really want answered, cause you know, I still think it’s all about staying in the spotlight….