Kendra Wilkinson Rips Holly Madison: We Saw Her “Doing Some Nasty S—t”
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Kendra Wilkinson Rips Holly Madison: We Saw Her “Doing Some Nasty S—t”

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No one has ever accused Kendra Wilkinson of mincing words, but boy did she outdo herself on Twitter today.

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The 30-year-old reignited her ongoing feud with former Girls Next Door co-star Holly Madison via an onslaught of fierce tweets against her on Thursday.

Her remarks appear to be in response to an interview Holly gave about her seven years living in the Playboy Mansion.

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"It was so confining,” the 36-year-old told People while promoting her second memoir, The Vegas Diaries. “It was a place where you're made to feel like as a woman, your value decreases as you age. And it decreases if you have something to say. It's really not healthy.”

While the cover of the mag quotes Holly as saying she was “living in fear” with Hugh Hefner, Kendra has a very different perspective. In fact, she’s claiming her former housemate, who she calls “the clean up girl” (for very NSFW reasons) is just afraid and embarrassed that a lot of people “saw her doing some nasty s—t.”

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Geesh, girl! Way too much information. We knew the relationship between the blondes was beyond repair following Holly’s 2015 tell-all, Down the Rabbit Hole, but this is a new level.

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Holly didn’t take too long to respond, choosing to skip social media and release an official statement to E! News:

“I've written a book, The Vegas Diaries, that's about letting go and moving on. About resolving the past so you can live a future. I've dealt with my demons and I've come out ahead. I can hold my head high and work hard to be the classy and kind person I aspire to be. I want no part of a one-sided argument or feud where one woman lives to demoralize and degrade another woman," Madison said.

"For those with unresolved issues, therapy works. You should try it.”