Hugh Hefner's ex says Playboy founder would often NOT MOVE during sex

Hugh Hefner’s ex Holly Madison says having sex with Playboy founder was ‘gross’ and a ‘chore’, revealing he often wouldn’t MOVE – and made everyone ‘call him Daddy’ in the bedroom

  • Holly, now 42, has teamed up with fellow ex-playmate Bridget Marquardt for a brand new podcast, called Girls Next Level 
  • In the first episode, which premiered on Monday, the two women shared some intimate details on what it was like to have sex with the magazine publisher
  • They admitted that they wanted to ‘get it over with as quickly as possible’ and that ‘none of the females were into it’ 
  • The ladies detailed sleeping with Hugh in front of other woman, who would ‘talk s**t about them,’ and claimed the intimate act sometimes only lasted one minute
  • Holly added that the women all thought of having sex with Hugh as a ‘chore,’ but said they had to do it out of fear that they’d be ‘kicked out of the house’ 
  • She claimed that Hugh would sometimes not even move during sex, calling him ‘a bump on the log in the middle of the bed’

Hugh Hefner’s ex-girlfriend Holly Madison said the Playboy founder would sometimes not move during sex, explaining that their ‘gross’ bedroom encounters felt like a ‘chore’ to her.

Holly, now 42, has teamed up with fellow ex-playmate Bridget Marquardt for a brand new podcast, called Girls Next Level.

In the first episode, which premiered on Monday, the two women – whom both dated the magazine publisher and lived in the Playboy Mansion in the early 2000s – shared some intimate details on what it was like to have sex with him, claiming that it sometimes only lasted one minute and that he would often lay completely still during the intimate act.

The ladies also detailed sleeping with Hugh in front of other woman, who would ‘talk s**t about them’ while it was happening, and admitted that they wanted to ‘get it over with as quickly as possible.’

‘None of the females were into it, like sorry to burst the bubble,’ Holly, who was with Hugh from 2001 until 2008, revealed.

Hugh Hefner’s ex-girlfriend Holly Madison (seen in 2003) said the Playboy founder would often not move during sex, adding that their ‘gross’ bedroom encounters felt like a ‘chore’

Holly, now 42, has teamed up with fellow ex-playmate Bridget Marquardt for a brand new podcast called Girls Next Level

In the first episode, the two women (seen earlier this month) shared some intimate details on what it was like to have sex with him

She added that the women all thought of sleeping with Hugh as a ‘chore,’ but that they had to do it out of fear that they’d be ‘kicked out of the house.’ 

‘We thought of it as a chore that we had to do or else we’ll get kicked out of the house,’ she explained. ‘And everybody just wanted to make it go by as quickly as possible.’

She claimed that Hugh would often stay still during sex, calling him ‘a bump on the log in the middle of the bed.’

‘He wouldn’t move. He would be like a bump on the log in the middle of the bed,’ she continued of having sex with Hugh, who passed away in 2019 at age 91. 

‘I can’t explain to you guys how embarrassing that whole routine was. Especially as we got later down the road when there would be, like, a lot of conflict with the other girls.

‘You’re literally sitting there naked having sex in front of a group of people who hate you and talk s**t about you while you’re having sex and you can hear it. It was just, like, Hell.’

During the podcast, Holly opened up about the first time she had sex with Hugh; she said she returned to the mansion after a night out in Los Angeles and that she was ‘f**king wasted.’

She was taking a bath with numerous other girls, when someone who she referred to as ‘The Recruiter’ called out to Hugh and said, ‘Daddy… Do you wanna get the new girl?’

‘Everybody used to call him “Daddy” in the bedroom, which is so gross,’ she added. ‘I s**t you not, the next thing I know he’s on top of me.’ 

She moved into the mansion soon after, and was his main girlfriend for seven years. Now, while reflecting on their relationship, she called it ‘traumatic,’ adding that it left her feeling ‘so gross and so used.’

Bridget, now 48, also recalled the first time she slept with the late Playboy editor-in-chief – which happened after a night of partying in the early 2000s – and she called it ‘disappointing and embarrassing,’ since she claimed the sex only last about a minute.

Bridget (seen in 2009), now 48, recalled the first time she slept with the late Playboy editor-in-chief – which happened after a night of partying in the early 2000s – and she called it ‘disappointing and embarrassing,’ since she claimed the sex only last about a minute

Bridget first met Hugh in 2002, and was one of his partners until 2009, when she moved out of the Playboy mansion.

The ladies also detailed Hugh’s constantly ‘messy’ and ‘hoarder-style’ bedroom, with Bridget recalling, ‘We walked in and it was just a disaster in there. The lights were out, but there were two giant TV screens in there that were playing porn… There’s just so much junk and vibrators all over the bed.’

Holly chimed in: ‘Imagine thinking you’re this big player and you’re bringing all these girls home, and your room looks like s**t.

‘It’s like the weird eccentric millionaire version of the guy with the mattress on the floor and a Pulp Fiction poster.’

Earlier this year, Holly spoke out about her experiences in the ‘cult-like’ mansion as part of A&E’s docuseries, Secrets of Playboy.

In it, she claimed that Hugh ‘isolated her from the outside world,’ explaining that she and the other girls were only allowed to leave the legendary Los Angeles pad for special reasons and were told not to invite friends over.

The ladies (seen together in 2012) also detailed Hugh’s constantly ‘messy’ and ‘hoarder-style’ bedroom, with Bridget recalling, ‘It was just a disaster in there’

Earlier this year, Holly spoke out about her experiences in the ‘cult-like’ mansion as part of A&E’s docuseries, Secrets of Playboy, claiming that Hugh ‘isolated her from the outside world’

‘We were all kind of gaslit and expected to think of Hef as, like, this really good guy. You started to feel like, “Oh, he’s not what they say in the media,”‘ she said in the show

‘We were all kind of gaslit and expected to think of Hef as, like, this really good guy. You started to feel like, “Oh, he’s not what they say in the media,”‘ she said in the show.

She also alleged that Hugh once ‘screamed at her’ for cutting her hair, claiming that he told her that the new ‘do made her ‘look old, hard and cheap.’ 

Hugh (pictured in 2005) died from sepsis brought on by an E. coli infection on September 27, 2017

‘I [was] made to feel like I needed to look exactly like everybody else,’ she said. ‘My hair was really long naturally and I was just like, “I’m gonna go chop my hair off so I can at least look a little different.”‘ 

But Holly claimed that the magazine editor’s reaction was not positive at all to her new look. 

She said: ‘I came back with short hair and he flipped out on me and he was screaming at me and said it make me look old, hard and cheap.’ 

She also spoke further on their first night together in the show, explaining: ‘He was literally pushed on top of me. 

‘And after it happened, I was just mortified and embarrassed and it had way more of an emotional impact on me than I thought it would.

‘It wasn’t that the idea of possibly having sex with him repelled me so much. It was more the group aspect that was really out of my comfort zone.’

Hugh died from sepsis brought on by an E. coli infection on September 27, 2017. 

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