Former Playboy bunnies say Hugh Hefner would cry to get women to have sex with him

Former Playboy bunnies Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt have hurled another scathing abuse allegation against disgraced founder Hugh Hefner, saying he would often shed false tears during a manipulative attempt at sex.

The two blondes dropped the allegation Monday on the third episode of their new tell-all podcast, titled Girls Next Level, which premiered last week.

The pair have often found themselves in the spotlight as two of Tycoon magazine’s main friends – and their new show seeks to shed new light on their years at the notorious Playboy Mansion in the early 2000s.

It comes as a slew of other ex-bunnies continue to make similar sexual abuse allegations against the late Lothario, who died of sepsis in 2017 at the age of 91.

Former Playboy bunnies Holly Madison (left) and Bridget Marquardt (right) have hit disgraced founder Hugh Hefner on another damning allegation of abuse, saying he would often shed false tears during a manipulative attempt at sex

Former Playboy bunnies Holly Madison (left) and Bridget Marquardt (right) have hit disgraced founder Hugh Hefner on another damning allegation of abuse, saying he would often shed false tears during a manipulative attempt at sex

Discussing their respective experiences with Hef, the two women claimed he would often “fake cry” to “get his way” with them.

“As if we were emotional about something or asking for something, he would falsely start crying,” Madison, 42, recalled to fellow host Marquardt, 48, about her uncomfortable experiences as the girl next door.

“And it was so badly played and so obvious.”

Madison – who had been troubled by the behavior at the time but remained silent – went on to add this that she felt validated after her Hefner flame, Kendra Wilkinson, moved into the mansion in 2001 and asked about Hef’s wine game.

madison recalled Wilkinson — who appeared with the podcasters on the Playboy Mansion-centric TV show Girls Next Door in the mid-200s — asking her, “Is Hef pretending to cry?”

The platinum blonde continued to tear up Hefner for the manipulative waterworks, and Marquardt revealed she was also subjected to the Playboy boss’ crocodile tears.

The two blondes made the claim - along with several others - on Monday on the third episode of their new tell-all podcast, titled Girls Next Level, which premiered last week

The two blondes made the claim – along with several others – on Monday on the third episode of their new tell-all podcast, titled Girls Next Level, which premiered last week

“It was crazy how obvious it was, but you can’t say anything because he’s the one with all the power in the relationship,” Madison fumed during Monday’s podcast. “It was insane, and something I never expected from a cultural icon.”

Marquardt added: “I often come to his defense, but the fake crying was really a thing. When I first saw it I was like, ‘Wait, what’s happening?’

Madison added that she saw Hefner fake crying several times when he tried to get her into the bedroom, but was afraid to let himself out due to the tycoon’s position of power and suspicion that she was the only one exposed to the fake tears to express.

“For a long time I never spoke to anyone about it because I thought maybe I was the only one who would notice,” she told Marquardt, adding that when she found out it was done to Wilkinson, 37, too , realized just how cautious the effort actually was.

Hefner with Kendra Wilkinson (left), Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison (right) in Beverly Hills in 2005

Hefner with Kendra Wilkinson (left), Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison (right) in Beverly Hills in 2005

She revealed that after she found out the truth, she began to see less of Hefner, who at the time had been the object of her infatuation due to his star-studded reputation and larger-than-life personality.

“I just had this idea in my head of what I thought Hef would be like [like] based on what he’s accomplished and what I’ve seen from afar,” Madison recalled of her fellow host, adding, “And he’s a fake hooter.”

The women made several other allegations against Hefner, saying they faced a 9 a.m. curfew during their years at his notorious Los Angeles mansion, where they say they were embarrassingly forced to follow and find him around collect an allowance of over $1,000.

Marquardt recalls, “You had to find this multi-millionaire business mogul, who was then the editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine and was having a very busy day — you had to find him and say, ‘Hi darling, can I pick up my pocket money?'”

The weekly allowance, the women said, not only included $1,000 a week for clothing and other amenities, but also salon visits due to their light-colored hair.

“We have to have platinum blonde hair, so he pays the salon bills,” Madison recalled, adding that even though she was billed as one of Hefner’s leading ladies at the time, getting the allowance wasn’t always easy.

Marquardt agreed, saying there was no extra frills about being Hef’s top sweetheart – as the two, along with Wilkinson, would be forced to share the tycoon’s many beds every night with no chance of getting a private room of their own.

“There is no advantage, you don’t get more money, you’re not treated better,” said Marquardt about her situation over the years. “In fact, it’s even worse because you don’t get your own room, you’re constantly under surveillance and under a microscope. You can get away with nothing.’

The pair went on to compare the experience of being in Hef’s stable to having a full-time job.

Hefner is pictured with Playmates Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison

Hefner is pictured with Playmates Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison

Madison said, “You weren’t allowed to work, you had to be in that house by 9:00 every night, you had to be with him at every public appearance, you had to look a certain way, you had to dress a certain way, you had to be a PR machine for him. It was definitely a job.’

Madison also described how after moving into the mansion in 2001, she felt like Hef’s “shiny new toy” and immediately became the boss’s best friend.

The bogus lawsuit against Hefner came just days after Madison and Marquardt claimed on the podcast that Hefner forced his girls into orgies in “hamster-like” beds filled with sex toys where Playmates lay like “chunks of meat.”

“I was shocked at how messy it was,” Marquardt recalled last week during the show’s second episode.

“We went in and it was just a disaster in there. The lights were off, but in there were two huge TV screens playing porn… There’s just so much junk.

Marquardt continued: “Then get in [his room], and there are vibrators all over the bed. I had never used a vibrator before.”

Madison agreed, likening the once-beloved mogul’s quarters to those of a hoarder.

“It was just hoarder style,” she said, clearly disgusted.

The couple said they will continue to shed light on the treatment they were subjected to at the hands of the late Hefner, using their podcast as a platform to do so. The program will air two episodes per week.

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Andrew Kugle

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