Holly Madison will be ‘honest’ with her daughter about Playboy past and own up to her ‘mistakes’

Holly Madison is comfortable telling her daughter about her Playboy past when the time is right.

The model – who has recently hit out at her time spent in Hugh Hefner’s mansion whilst posing for the publication – is planning to take an “honest” approach with two-year-old Rainbow Aurora.

She told E! News: “I just have to honest. I have to own up to the decisions I made, mistakes I made, tell people why and it’s good practice for that.”

Holly has also explained that her daughter was part of the inspiration behind writing her tell-all book Down The Rabbit Hole.

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Holly Madison’s book

She wanted the story there in case anything happened to her before she had a chance to tell Rainbow Aurora the whole truth.

She added: “I wanted to tell my whole story. If anything happened to me before my daughter was old enough to talk to me about it, I’d want her to know where I was coming from, and I think there are women who could learn from my story and not make the same mistakes I did.”

The star has been outspoken about her “miserable” time, claiming she was verbally and emotionally abused in the Playboy Mansion.

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and Playboy bunny Holly Madison perform a scene during the filming of a commercial for "X Games IX" at the Playboy Mansion May 6, 2003 in Holmby Hills, California
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and Playboy bunny Holly Madison perform a scene during the filming of a commercial for “X Games IX” at the Playboy Mansion May 6, 2003 in Holmby Hills, California

Magazine mogul Hugh Hefner has accused her of trying to “rewrite history” and dismissed her allegations in a recent statement, but Holly has fired back on the Wendy Williams Show.

She said: “I wrote the book not because I had an axe to grind or because I wanted a reaction from him.

“I just wanted to tell my story and hopefully inspire other women if they’re in a bad relationship or a bad situation, to move on and not feel branded by a choice they made or a person they’re known to be with.

“I think he thinks I’m doing it for fame because he can’t grasp the fact that a woman would have a message and a story to tell.”

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