Madison may have found the bedroom scene creepy, but first thing the next morning she asked Hefner if she could move in.
From the outset, she found the atmosphere “toxic” — mainly because of the other women.
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reality series “The Girls Next Door,” says she convinced herself that she had found true love with the man old enough to be her great-grandfather.
Hefner, then approaching 80, even committed to having children with her.
“He was obsessed with women looking as young as humanly possible.
Everything — absolutely everything — about that skeeved me out.” Madison, who starred with fellow Hef girlfriends Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt in the hit E!
The days when Jack Nicholson routinely ordered takeout from the mansion kitchen and stars like Leo Di Caprio circulated through infamous parties were past.
In Madison’s time, every bathroom in the Grotto was stocked with a tray of baby oil, Vaseline and Kleenex.
The girlfriends sneered at Hefner behind his back but feared his infantile temper tantrums when he would kick his feet and cry.
Still, they routinely broke house rules by smoking meth in the bedrooms and snorting cocaine when Hefner’s head was turned.
In the book, on sale this Tuesday, Madison flirts with a more shocking accusation.
When an interviewer suggested that Kendra Wilkinson was “growing up” at the mansion, Madison at first shot down the innuendo that Hefner was “a pedophile.” She’s since reconsidered.
Madison claims most kept boyfriends on the side — one was said to be dating Kid Rock — in direct violation of mansion rules.