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Hef’s ex-Playboy bunnies say ‘sex toy’ party didn’t make ‘Girls Next Door’ show
Hef’s Playboy playmates and their adult playthings were almost deemed too hot for TV. Exposing more explosive truths about their seemingly plushy lives as Hugh Hefner’s ladies in the early 2000s, former “Girls Next Door” starlets Holly Madison, 42, and Bridget Marquardt, 48, revealed that E! initially canned their reality show’s pilot episode due to the “risqué” nature of a “sex toy” fete. “This party was actually a sex toy party,” Madison recalled during a recent episode of her podcast with Marquardt, “Girls Next Level.”“This was more like a quaint tupperware party, but it was still deemed too risqué for E!,” said Madison. “After the pilot was finished, they said, ‘We can never air this because we can’t show all these sex toys on the network.’ “She went on to insist that the party’s X-rated novelties, such as lubes and faux phalluses, were only for display and not for demonstration. “We weren’t doing anything with them like I said, it was like a tupperware party or there would be like funny games with sex toys.”The honey-haired hottie recalled hosting the saucy celebration at the Playboy Mansion — where she resided as one of Hef’s three main girlfriends alongside Marquardt and Kendra Wilkinson, 37, — with Hefner’s permission. However, when the late smut mag magnate, who died of sepsis in 2017 at 89, got a load of the sex goodies and gadgets being hawked in his house, he allegedly “dogged” Madison for orchestrating the tawdry scene. “[Hefner] was like dogging me,” she remembered.