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8 WORST Things Playmates have Said About The Playboy Mansion

1. "Everyone thinks that the infamous metal gate was meant to keep people out. But I grew to feel it was meant to lock me in." —Holly Madison in her book, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny

2. "When you're here you have to be in by the 9 p.m. curfew. You're not allowed to invite any friends up to see you." —Carla Howe, The Mirror

3. "Every Friday morning we had to go to Hef's room, wait while he picked up all the dog poo off the carpet — and then ask for our allowance: a thousand dollars counted out in crisp hundred-dollar bills from a safe in one of his bookcases. We all hated this process. Hef would always use the occasion to bring up anything he wasn't happy about in the relationship. Most of the complaints were about the lack of harmony among the girlfriends — or your lack of sexual participation in the 'parties' he held in his bedroom. If we'd been out of town for any reason and missed one of the official 'going out' nights [when Hefner liked to parade his girls at nightclubs] he wouldn't want to give us the allowance. He used it as a weapon." —Izabella St. James in her book, Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion

4. "If you do something wrong, you'll get an email. There's a strict code of conduct. There are even rules about Instagram and Twitter. You've got to show everything in a good light and if you're drunk in a picture you'll be in trouble." —Melissa Howe, The Mirror

5. "Although we all did our best to decorate our rooms and make them homey, the mattresses on our beds were ¬disgusting — old, worn and stained. The sheets were past their best too." —Izabella St. James in her book, Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion

6. "We were not allowed to have boys in the house. That was the absolute number one rule — no boys allowed. That was one of the main reasons we moved out." —Karissa Shannon, PopEater

7. "Hef was used to dirty carpets. The one in his bedroom had not been changed for years, and things became significantly worse when Holly Madison moved into his room with him as Girlfriend No. 1 soon after I moved in, bringing her two dogs. They weren't house-trained and would just do their business on the bedroom carpet. Late at night or in the early hours of the morning — if any of us visited Hef's bedroom — we'd almost always end up standing in dog mess." —Izabella St. James in her book, Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion

8. "Besides the nights we went out, I only saw Hef, like, once a day walking through the halls to his office. There were never solo dates." —Kendra Wilkinson, Us Weekly

Source: Cosmopolitan

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