In response to Holly's less-than-flattering portrayal of life in the Playboy Mansion, Cooper tweeted, "How does a person who is famous for being a gold digger paint themselves as a victim of a relationship they aggressively sought out for?" He continued, "Holly Madison, V. Stiviano, and a few other lovely ladies that lived in LA make a Justice League type group of wonderfully sh-ty people."
Some of Holly's more scandalous claims include being offered drugs the first night she spent with Hef and dealing with verbal and emotional abuse throughout the duration of her stay at her ex-boyfriend's bunny-filled abode.
In a statement to US Weekly, Holly said, "I'm done being afraid of people. I don't have any loyalty to Hef. I haven't talked to him in four years, so there's no reason to reach out now. Besides, it's the truth."
Well there you have it, folks. Although there are way too many sides to this story (check out Kendra Wilkinson's below), all this peripheral drama only makes us more anxious to read Holly's book.
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