Madison recently spoke out against Hefner in the docuseries “Secrets of Playboy.”
Following her breakup with Hefner, Madison starred on a short-lived “Girls Next Door” spinoff show called “Holly’s World,” which focused on her new life in Las Vegas.
Madison also performed in a burlesque show in Vegas from 2009 to 2012, and had bit parts in the 2009 film “The Telling,” and in “Sharknado 3,” which premiered in 2015.
That same year, Madison released her memoir about her life at the mansion, titled “Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny.”
Madison tied the knot with entrepreneur Pasquale Rotella in 2013, but the couple separated in 2018. They have two children together: daughter Rainbow Aurora, born in 2013, and son Forest Leonardo Antonio, born in 2016.
Recently, Madison has condemned Hefner and her experience at the mansion.
On A&E’s docuseries “Secrets of Playboy,” which takes a closer look at the men’s magazine and the life of its founder, Madison compared life at the mansion to being in a “cult,” said she was offered drugs by Hefner and considered suicide during their relationship, and alleged that most women who aspired to Playmate of the year had to sleep with Hefner to secure the title.
Hefner’s son Cooper seemingly denied the allegations against his father in a January tweet, and the Playboy brand has distanced themselves from Hefner in recent statements.