Former girlfriends of Hugh Hefner and Girls Next Door Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett are currently in a heated feud after Madison made comments to People about how she’s no longer interested in pursuing a friendship with Wilkinson.
“I wish her the best, but I’m done with that portion of my life. I’ve moved on. I’m happier now,” Madison said. “I don’t think there would be anything positive about us meeting up. It’s not a real friendship and it’s not part of my life anymore.”
Her comments, though mild, set Wilkinson off on a graphic (and now deleted) Twitter rant.
“Now Holly is on cover of People mag sayin she lived in fear at the mansion. She wasn’t in fear with that dick in her ass for a paycheck,” Wilkinson tweeted. “That bitch is in fear now knowing so many of us saw her doing some nasty shit. She’s embarrassed and in shame. She was the clean up girl. Hollys job was to get Hef hard again and clean him up with her mouth.”
After deleting the tweets, Wilkinson wrote, “I know my recent posts were a little over the top and I apologize for that. Sticking up for me n my beliefs is hard for me at times. Sorry.”
Since then Madison—who has recently been speaking openly about the negative things she experienced in the Playboy Mansion—released the following statement to E! News:
“I’ve written a book, The Vegas Diaries, that’s about letting go and moving on. About resolving the past so you can live a future. I’ve dealt with my demons and I’ve come out ahead. I can hold my head high and work hard to be the classy and kind person I aspire to be. I want no part of a one-sided argument or feud where one woman lives to demoralize and degrade another woman. For those with unresolved issues, therapy works. You should try it.”
Girls next door, please remember who the real enemy is—that dried up, boat hat-wearing husk that you both dated in the early aughts.
Blake Lively, who stars in Woody Allen’s new movie Café Society, does not like rape jokes (but doesn’t mind working with alleged sex offenders).
“I think any jokes about rape, homophobia or Hitler is not a joke,” she told Variety when asked about the rape joke aimed at Allen during Cannes’ opening night ceremony. “I think that was a hard thing to swallow in 30 seconds. Film festivals are such a beautiful, respectful festivals of film and artists and to have that, it felt like it wouldn’t have happened if it was in the 1940s. I can’t imagine Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby going out and doing that. It was more disappointing for the artists in the room that someone was going up there making jokes about something that wasn’t funny.”
Someone send Lively a copy of Hollywood Babylon, stat.
Sorry, what happened? [People]
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