Pamela got incredibly personal in her memoir, writing about everything from her early Playboy career to the legal proceedings following the release of her stolen sex tape with then-husband Tommy Lee.
Holly Madison Defended Her Choice To Stay Off Birth Control While Sleeping With Hugh Hefner Months After Recalling How The Playmates Had Unprotected Sex With Him
“I just don’t think any of us ever thought for a second that we were in danger of getting pregnant by him.”
Holly Madison Recalled The “Nonconsensual” And “Gross” Way Hugh Hefner Secretly Continued To Use Baby Oil As Lube After She Asked Him To Stop Because It Left Her “Irritated”
“It’s an infection waiting to happen. It’s disgusting.”
Holly Madison And Bridget Marquardt Revealed Hugh Hefner Used A Notebook To Keep Track Of How Many Times The Playboy Bunnies Slept With Him And When They Were On Their Period
Holly and Bridget revealed that Hefner would consult the notebook to give the Playmates “a report on how good a job they were doing” when he handed out their weekly allowances.
Holly Madison Shared More Details About The First Time She Had Sex With Hugh Hefner After One Of The Playboy Bunnies Ordered Him To Get On Top Of Her When She Was “Really Wasted”
In her and Bridget Marquardt’s new podcast, Holly Madison recalls feeling like a “piece of meat” when “The Recruiter” ordered Hefner to have sex with her for the first time.
Former Playboy Bunnies Holly Madison And Bridget Marquardt Detailed What It Was Like Having Unprotected Sex With Hugh Hefner Turn By Turn And It’s So Disturbing
“If there’s new girls coming up, which there often were, I just wanted to be first and be done. And I felt like that was the cleanest way.”
Holly Madison Opened Up About How The Playmates Were Treated Like Hugh Hefner’s “Children” At The Playboy Mansion And Feeling Pressure Over Aging Because “28 Was Like The Death Mark”
"I wonder how much even that affected me, spending my early 20s hearing, ‘You’re kind of done by 28.’”
Crystal Hefner Revealed She Found And Destroyed Thousands Of Nonconsensual Nude Photos Taken By Hugh Hefner Of The Playmates Days After Holly Madison Said She Was “Afraid” Of The “Revenge Porn”
“When you would go out with Hef, he's taking all types of naked pictures of these women when they're wasted out of their minds. It's just gross,” Holly previously said of Hefner.
Holly Madison Opened Up About The “Gross” Experience Of Sleeping With Hugh Hefner For The First Time And Being “Afraid To Leave” The Mansion Because Of His “Mountain Of Revenge Porn”
“It was all very mechanical and robotic. It was really gross to me how Hef didn't want to use protection. The impact it had on me was so heavy.”
Holly Madison Recalled How Hugh Hefner Used "Cult-Like" Rules, Curfews, And Allowances To Keep Her "Isolated" And "Gaslit" At The Playboy Mansion
"The mansion was very cult-like looking back on it."
Holly Madison Said Hugh Hefner Took And Shared Nonconsensual Nude Photos Of Her And Other Playmates While They Were “Heavily Intoxicated” To Keep Control Of Them At The Playboy Mansion
“It's kind of revenge porn before I even knew what revenge porn was. It's like, you're taking these pictures. They're not consensual because you're so wasted. And the next morning you find out they've been given out to everybody who was out with you.”
Hugh Hefner’s Exes Holly Madison And Sondra Theodore Opened Up About The “Gross” Secrets Of The Playboy Mansion And Claimed Men Used “Hard Drugs” To Get Girls To Do “Anything They Wanted”
In the upcoming docuseries Secrets of Playboy, which will reexamine Hugh Hefner’s notorious sexual relationships with young women, Holly Madison and other ex-Playmates are opening up about their “gross” experiences living at the Playboy Mansion.
People Called Out The Dead Celebrities Who We Need To Stop Idolizing, And It's A Brutal Reality Check
David Bowie, Gandhi, Ray Charles, and more.
The film, which is being directed by Brett Ratner, is in early development.
"Life is too short to be living someone else's dream." —Hugh Hefner
"Thank you Hugh Hefner for being a defender of civil rights, a champion of free speech, and of course, all the boners."
The iconic magazine's founder, who was at the forefront of the sexual revolution, was 91.