Holly madison playboy naked

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Holly Madison may have appeared naked more than once in Playboy, but the former "Girls Next Door" star doesn't want to see other young women make the same mistake. When you're 30 or 40, you're not going to want those pictures floating around. You don't have creative control over what the pictures look like. It's just something people should think about five times before doing. Madison made headlines when the first excerpts from her book hit the internet earlier this month.

Holly Madison's Surprising Advice to Aspiring Playboy Models: Don't Do It

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As Hugh Hefner dies aged 91, we take a look back at a book by former playmate Holly Madison which dished the dirt on the catfights, the orgies, the Playmates and Hugh Hefner himself. Holly describes Hefner's bedroom: "Two huge television screens projecting graphic porn lit up the otherwise dark bedroom. In the middle, a very pale man was tending to his own business The girlfriends, in various stages of undress, were sitting in a semi-circle at the edge of the bed. The girls pretended to get frisky with each other but, concealed in the darkness, they were actually gossiping discreetly. Indeed, "if smartphones had been around then, I'm pretty sure they would have been texting or checking their Instagram when Hef wasn't looking. Yes, matching ones.

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It's safe to say that after the revelations in Madison's just-released Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny , she has successfully squashed any such questions in the future. Madison's depression in the Playboy Mansion reached harrowing depths, yet she felt trapped there: by her fears about her limited professional possibilities, by her unwillingness to admit to anyone how sad she really was, and by Hefner's emotional control over her. Some of the effects of that moment in the zeitgeist still linger today. Sitting on her shaded patio overlooking her garden on a hot summer day, Madison, now 35, said, "I felt like I had something to say about being in the midst of that whole thing that was going on where Paris Hilton and Jessica Simpson and Kendra were so celebrated — and I was a part of it too — for being dumb on TV. Part of the reason I wanted to write the book was to show the other side of it.
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