Wilkinson went on a twitter rampage over former costar, Holly Madison's recent interview about living in fear at the Playboy Mansion

By Brittany King and Aurelie Corinthios
Updated May 12, 2016 12:55 PM
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Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison‘s relationship just got even worse.

In an exclusive interview for PEOPLE, Madison revealed that she was in constant fear while living at the Playboy Mansion with former boyfriend Hugh Hefner.

“I was trying to sell this image of ‘Oh everything is so great here,’ but I was miserable inside,” she said. “There was so much competition among the other women. I learned not to confide in certain people. There was a lot of fear.”

On Thursday, Wilkinson, 30, stopped by PEOPLE Now and blasted her former Girls Next Door costar and her new book The Vegas Diaries, which details Madison’s journey after she left the Playboy world.

“She’s scared, because there are so many things in that book that are so fake and false, she just doesn’t want to get called out for it,” Wilkinson told PEOPLE Now of Madison, 36. “It’s unbelievable to me.”

Wilkinson went on to claim Madison’s comments about life at the Playboy Mansion are coming from “pure embarrassment” at being allegedly rejected by Hefner.

“This is self-reflection of herself,” said Wilkinson. “I swear to God, she painted the guest house because she thought it was hers, she clearly said: ‘This my house, I’m getting married to Hugh Hefner and I’m going to have kids.’ And Hef didn’t want that.”

“Next thing you know, eight years later she’s writing a book ’cause she’s pissed,” Wilkinson continued.

“I can stand up to anything, you ask me any question and I can answer that clearly,” Wilkinson said. “I have admitted my faults. She can’t do that, ’cause she has a lot to hide.”

Continued Wilkinson, “I have seen the nastiest s— with her. She is the freakiest freak in the bedroom. She doesn’t want me to say it – she wants to run from that. I don’t run from it.”

“She was the cleanup crew, and she’s embarrassed,” Wilkinson added.

“If you’re going to live that kind of life, you’ve got to be open,” continued the reality star. “I had sex with Hugh Hefner, that was who I was at that time. I’m not ashamed of it because I stand true to myself,” Wilkinson said. “She is just mad because she’s embarrassed. She’s embarrassed and she’s trying to cover up her embarrassment.”

Wilkinson also claimed Madison never came to her during their time at the Mansion together with any of the issues she revealed in her book.

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“If she was real, she would have acted real at the Mansion. I would have given her respect throughout this if for once she would have sat me down one time and said: ‘I’m having a hard time today, Kendra,’ ” said Wilkinson. “Instead she walked around with her nose in the air like: ‘This is my house, get out,’ – that was her life forever. But it didn’t end up that way ’cause Hef didn’t want it with her.”

Finally, of their ongoing back-and-forth, Wilkinson slammed Madison for continuing to talk about her.

“If she wanted to end this feud between us, she wouldn’t talk about me,” she said. “So obviously she’s talking about me in the press to get attention for herself as well.”

Moments after her PEOPLE Now interview, Wilkinson took to Twitter to reiterate her feelings towards Madison in a series of now-deleted vulgar tweets.

“She wasn’t in fear [when she was sleeping with Hugh Hefner] for a paycheck,” Wilkinson tweeted on Thursday.

“That bitch is in fear now knowing so many of us saw her doing some nasty s—,” she continued. “She’s embarrassed and in shame. She was the clean-up girl.”

A few hours later, Wilkinson took down the tweets and wrote: “I know my recent posts were a little over the top and I apologize for that. Sticking up for me n my beliefs is hard for me at times. Sorry.”

Madison left the Playboy Mansion in 2008 after seven years living there with Hefner and fellow Playmates. She told PEOPLE in that same interview that that chapter of her life is now closed, including her relationship with Wilkinson.

“I wish her the best, but I’m done with that portion of my life,” Madison told PEOPLE. “I’ve moved on. I’m happier now.”