Kendra Wilkinson Apologizes After Ripping Holly Madison in Raunchy, 'Little Over the Top' Tweets

Kendra Wilkinson Apologizes After Ripping Holly Madison in Raunchy, 'Little Over the Top' Tweets

It's no longer playtime for these two. Kendra Wilkinson apologized a few hours after slamming former fellow Playmate Holly Madison in a series of raunchy, NSFW tweets on Thursday, May 12. 

"I know my recent posts were a little over the top and I apologize for that," Wilkinson, 30, shared with her 2.8 million-plus followers. "Sticking up for me n my beliefs is hard for me at times. Sorry."

Wilkinson ripped her former Girls Next Door costar in a barrage of angry tweets on Thursday, after taking issue with Madison's latest interview, in which she recounts her time with Hugh Hefner and fellow Playmates at the Playboy Mansion.  

"Now Holly is on cover of People mag sayin she lived in fear at the mansion. She wasn't in fear with that d--k in her ass for a paycheck," Wilkinson wrote in her now-deleted posts. "That bitch is in fear now knowing so many of us saw her doing some nasty s--t. 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."

Wilkinson and Madison both rose to fame as the live-in girlfriends of Playboy founder Hefner on E!'s reality series — but their relationship crumbled in 2015 after Madison released her memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny.

Madison exclusively opened up to Us Weekly last summer about her stay at the legendary Playboy Mansion, where she revealed many shocking secrets about her former lifestyle. "I don't know what people think goes on in the bedroom," Madison told Us at the time. "But it was always very much the same, and intimidating, and not something that I liked. It was a miserable part of my life."

The pregnant star, who's now married to Pasquale Rotella, also ripped Wilkinson in the same cover story. "I lived with Kendra for four years and I never saw her in the vicinity of a book, so I don’t think she’s going to read it," she dished to Us. "Maybe she’ll have frenemies fill her in on what it says? But I don’t think she’s going to read it."

At the time, Wilkinson memorably rushed to Hefner's defense, and subsequently opened up to Us Weekly about the tome. "I just think it’s up to people what they believe," Wilkinson told Us last August. "The proof is out there on The Girls Next Door. At the end of the day, people made up their minds already if they believe it or not. So I can’t dictate. I can’t manipulate anybody’s minds."

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