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Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Hefner, magazine publisher allegedly “fake crying” for sex whenever one of the girls that were staying with him was emotional or wanted an allowance from him

It looks as if former Playboy models Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt are using their new podcast, “Girls Next Level,” to discuss nothing but their time living with Hugh Hefner in the early ‘00s, having made a string of outrageous allegations in recent weeks. 

Hefner, who passed away in 2017, has made endless headlines after his ex-girlfriends spoke out about their rather intriguing time at the Playboy mansion.

And the latest episode of the podcast is just as bizarre, as they discussed the magazine publisher allegedly “fake crying” for sex whenever one of the girls that were staying with him was emotional or wanted an allowance from him. Madison heavily implied that the fake tears indicated that if they wanted something from Hefner, they’d have to sleep with him first. “It was such bad acting and so obvious,” she said.

Madison went on to add, “It was insane how obvious it was and how bad the acting was, but you can’t say anything because he’s the one who has all the power in the relationship. It was insanity and something I never would have expected from a cultural icon.” 

The explosive revelations come just weeks after the pair said a typical night with Hefner consisted of orgy parties with no condoms, with Madison recounting how she always wanted to be the first to “get it done as quick as possible.”

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