‘It was such bad acting’: Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt REVEAL Hugh Hefner ‘fake cried' for sex

Madison and Marquardt co-starred alongside Hugh Hefner as two of his three main girlfriends on ‘Girls Next Door’ in the early 2000s

‘It was such bad acting’: Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt REVEAL Hugh Hefner ‘fake cried' for sex
Holly Maddison (L) and Bridget Marquardt (R) exposed Hugh Hefner (C) on their podcast titled ‘Girls Next Level’ (Ethan Miller/ Dan Kitwood/Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Two of the former Playboy bunnies recently spilled a few dark secrets on Playboy boss Hugh Hefner. While appearing on their podcast ‘Girls Next Level’, Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt revealed that Hefner used to fake cry for sex. He would manipulate them with crocodile tears to get between the sheets.
 
Madison and Bridget Marquardt famously co-starred alongside the late Hugh Hefner as two of his three main girlfriends on E!’s ‘Girls Next Door’ in the early 2000s. Madison, dropping a secret about the Playboy boss, shared, “If we were emotional about something or asking for something, he would start fake crying," as per New York Post. Madison, 42, while talking to Marquardt, 48, shared their unpleasant experiences at the Playboy Mansion.
 
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‘It was such bad acting and so obvious’

While taking a dig at Hefner on the podcast, Madison stated, “It was such bad acting and so obvious.” She blamed the late Playboy boss for gaslighting her and the other girls by fake crying though he already had “all the power in the relationship.” Hugh Hefner died in 2017 of sepsis at the age of 91.
 
“For the longest time, I never talked to anybody about it because I thought maybe I was the only one noticing this,” Madison continued, adding, “But I remember, not long after Kendra [Wilkerson] moved in, she goes, ‘Does Hef fake cry? Because I was talking to him and he started fake crying.’” Madison further shared, “I was like, ‘Finally, I know I’m not insane. 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.”  

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Playboy founder Hugh Hefner (C) and his girlfriends Bridget Marquardt (L) and Holly Madison (R) attend a party to celebrate his 80th birthday, and 50 years of Playboy, at Villa Miani on June 1, 2006 in Rome, Italy.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner (C) and his girlfriends Bridget Marquardt (L) and Holly Madison (R) attend a party to celebrate his 80th birthday and 50 years of Playboy at Villa Miani on June 1, 2006, in Rome, Italy (Elisabetta Villa/Getty Images)

Madison said, “It was insanity and something I never would have expected from a cultural icon. I just had this idea in my mind of what I thought Hef was going to be [like] based on what he’d accomplished and what I saw from a distance. And he’s a fake crier.” The latest blow comes after Madison and Marquardt exposed Hefner for making them feel like pieces of meat during forced orgies in his “hoarder-like” bed filled with sex toys.

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‘You had to track this multimillionaire business mogul’

Bridget Marquardt also revealed that they had to track down the multimillionaire for their weekly allowances. “You had to track this multimillionaire business mogul, who still, at that time, was very much the editor-in-chief of Playboy Magazine with a very busy day."
 
The 48-year-old former Playboy bunny added, “You had to track him down and be like, ‘Hi honey, can I collect my allowance?’" despite being one of the leading ladies on ‘Girls Next Door’. Marquardt further shared, “There’s no upside, you don’t get more money, you don’t get treated better. In fact, it’s worse because you don’t get your own room, you’re constantly on watch and under the microscope. You can’t get away with anything.”

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