In an interview with People Magazine, Holly Madison, a former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner, expressed her lack of mourning over his death, stating that she was surprised by people's expectations for her to grieve.
Madison has openly discussed her time at the Playboy Mansion and maintains that her relationship with Hefner did not foster a bond that would lead her to mourn his passing.
In an interview with People Magazine, Holly Madison, a former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner, expressed her lack of mourning over his death, stating that she was surprised by people's expectations for her to grieve. Madison has openly discussed her time at the Playboy Mansion and maintains that her relationship with Hefner did not foster a bond that would lead her to mourn his passing.
Madison received criticism for her decision not to post a public tribute to Hefner following his death in 2017, a stance she continues to uphold.
Madison, who resided with Hefner from 2001 to 2008, does not have pleasant memories of her years in the Playboy Mansion. She describes it as a “false paradise.”
“Before he passed away, there had been maybe five or six years where I just had not spoken to him at all,” she said. “He had become a completely different character in my mind.”
Madison revealed the trauma she experienced at the mansion in her book “Down the Rabbit Hole.” She felt that paying tribute to Hefner was beyond what she was willing to do.
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“I’d already come out talking about what a toxic relationship this was for me,” Madison said to People. “Why am I supposed to post a memorial on my Instagram?”
When questioned about whether Hefner's passing brought her any relief, Madison rejected the notion.
“Not relief at all, because I felt like I had taken myself kind of out of that universe pretty solidly,” she said.
“But it was a really odd time,” she explained to People.
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