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.
When it came to Playboy honcho Hugh Hefner, fake sex was far preferable to the real thing.
Madison, beginning as a 21-year-old waitress at Hooters, chased after Hefner for almost a year before finally earning a mansion invite.
Holly Madison reveals ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner offered her drugs, calls him a ‘manipulator’ in new memoir She was confident things would only go so far sexually because Hefner’s other girlfriends reassured her they didn't actually have to sleep with the Playboy don.
Madison now thinks he was merely stringing her along to keep her from walking out.
“Hef had submitted semen samples to a fertility doctor only to find what the doctor had predicted all along — that nothing from this 70-something-year-old man was viable,” she writes.
“Everybody does it,” Vicky claimed before asking, “Do you think that’s something you might be interested in?
” Madison says she realized that Vicky was recruiting for Hollywood madam Michelle Braun, who was later indicted for prostitution and money laundering.
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.
“I’m sure Hef knew this, too, and that was the only reason he decided to humor me and submit anything at all.” Hefner was so desperate to keep Madison at the end that she claims he wrote a provision into his will leaving her million if she was still at the mansion when he died.