"I didn't immediately realize that all girlfriends were required to sleep with Hef," Madison writes.2.Hef would take photos of his girlfriends and him every night before they went out, then have them delivered to each girlfriend's door the next morning.Among his bizarre set of mansion rules, Madison writes, were that the girlfriends change into identical flannel pajamas before the bedtime routine.5.
He was at the wrong place at the wrong time, and unfortunate things took place.
He's very gullible and naive." Hefner, meanwhile, has been married to model Crystal Harris since New Year's Eve 2012, after she initially broke off their engagement five days before their scheduled nuptials. Re-live their post-wedded bliss in the video below.
Hef was also known to hate red lipstick, Madison says in her book.
When Madison came home from the salon after a makeover that included shorter hair and red lipstick, Hef reportedly told her, "I hate the whole look.
He adds, "Are there going to be changes in the relationships?
Though they publicly denied it, all girlfriends were expected to participate in Hef's bizarre bedtime group sex ritual.
The photos "only amplified the massive pressure to always look perfect and cause the girlfriends to spend hours critiquing their appearances," Madison writes.
(She also describes Hef as a "hoarder" with "endless desire for momentos.") 3.
Madison says they would take turns pleasuring Hef, but he always finished by himself.
Madison reveals that she made her first foray into Hef's bedroom after a night out with "roughly a third of a bottle of vodka sloshing around in my stomach." "There was zero intimacy involved," she writes. It was so brief that I can't even recall what it felt like beyond having a heavy body on top of mine."6.
Those curious about whether Kendra Wilkinson, 29, actually had a physical relationship with Hugh Hefner, 88, during her time as one of his girlfriends living in the Playboy Mansion starting in 2004 need not wonder anymore.