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‘Boderline Illegal’: Holly Madison STILL furious at Hugh Hefner for ‘The Girls Next Door’ messed-up editing

Following a repeat inspection of 'The Girls Next Door', Holly Madison, Hugh Hefner's former number one lover, expressed her indignation
'The Girls Next Door' premiered on the E! cable netwrok on August 7, 2005 (Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
'The Girls Next Door' premiered on the E! cable netwrok on August 7, 2005 (Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriend Holly Madison expressed indignation upon rewatching 'The Girls Next Door' with Bridget Marquardt, alleging the editing was intentional at points and should be "borderline illegal," according to Radar.

In a brand-new joint interview for the podcast Juicy Scoop With Heather McDonald, Marquardt remarked, "Holly warned me that the first three episodes were really hard to watch."


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the girl next door cast (Photo via Ramey)
The cast of 'The Girls Next Door' (Photo via Ramey)

The well-liked reality program, which aired from 2005 to 2010, provided a behind-the-scenes glimpse of life in the legendary Playboy house and made three of Hefner's main ladies at the time, Madison, Marquardt, and Kendra Wilkinson, known to the world. Watching one scene back in particular, according to Madison, who left Hefner and has been quite public about the seedy side of the Playboy world, was heart-pounding.

Madison revealed, pointing out that it seemed as though many footages were combined to provide a more dramatic impact, "They make it look like Bridget is, like, playing all the new playmates with drinks to mess them up for their shoot the next day because she's jealous."

Maddison (Photo via David Livingston/Getty Images)
Maddison from 'The Girls Next Door' (David Livingston/Getty Images)

"So, it looks like [Bridget] is literally trying to, like, shove shots in everybody's face because she wants to sabotage," the model went on to complain about what seemed to be a blatant attempt to increase ratings. "I think that's messed up."

Marquardt acknowledged that she had Playmate of the Year as her goal and asserted that this was exploited against her. "They just took that made it look like I was ridiculing everybody that came that I was just this jealous b***h that I was getting people drunk and sabotaging their pictorials," she admitted that seeing the episode again had left her scared, teary-eyed, and "sick to my stomach."

holly-madison-slams-girls-next-door (Photo via Facebook)
Bridget Marquardt, Hugh Hefner,  Holly Madison, and Kendra Wilkinson at the 36th AFI Lifetime Achievement Award, in LA on June 12, 2008(Photo via Facebook)

The editing was also criticized by Madison, who said, "They never did that to Kendra. Ever." Following the acquisition of a real estate license, Wilkinson currently appears on her own reality program, 'Kendra Sells Hollywood'. Her new work goals are followed in the series, which also provides a look into her personal life as the sole parent of her children, Hank Jr., 11, and Alijah, 7.

Marquardt, on the other hand, is a well-known ghost hunter and the host of the podcast 'Ghost Magnet'. Since 2015, she has been engaged to Nick Carpenter. Madison Rotella, the ex-wife of Pasquale Rotella, is the delighted mother to Rainbow Aurora Rotella, 9, and Forest Leonardo Antonio Rotella, 6.