The reason Hugh Hefner kicked his former twin lovers Karissa and Kristina Shannon out of the Playboy Mansion was their frolics with younger men, The Sun reported Wednesday.
The 84-year-old "Playboy" founder flipped out in January after the blonde girls, 20, flouted his no-boyfriends house rule by inviting partners back for sessions under the sheets.
(She also describes Hef as a "hoarder" with "endless desire for momentos.") 3.
Hef offered Madison a quaalude out of a crumpled tissue on her first night out clubbing with him.
Has Reggie Bush moved from one lookalike to another? viewers will meet the new Girls Next Door, as Crystal Harris, Karissa Shannon and Kristina Shannon officially replaced Holly, Bridget and Kendra as Hugh Hefner's leading ladies.
Sources tell Perez Hilton the free agent running back has already broken up with Melissa Molinaro, the woman best known for resembling his ex-girlfriend, Kim Kardashian. Asked about the woman that's replaced her atop the Playboy Mansion girlfriend train, Madison said in a recent interview that Harris is her "clone," a description the busty blonde takes exception to.
SLIDESHOW: The Handsome and Always Talented Hugh Hefner However, the sisters ignored his warnings, prompting him to send them packing. That was the absolute number one rule -- no boys allowed.
SLIDESHOW: Karissa and Kristina Shannon Karissa Shannon said: "After a couple of weeks, Hef was getting a little bit upset about the boyfriends, so he wanted us to move out. Those curious about whether Kendra Wilkinson, 29, actually had a physical relationship with Hugh Hefner, 88, during her time as one of his girlfriends living in the Playboy Mansion starting in 2004 need not wonder anymore. I was praying for anything to get me out of there." Kendra is now of course married with two children to former NFL star Hank Baskett, although their relationship recently underwent a rough patch after rumors surfaced of his alleged affair with a transgender model. He was at the wrong place at the wrong time, and unfortunate things took place. Hef asked me to be one of his girlfriends and live in the mansion and I was like, 'I don't even know what that means but, hell yeah, I'm there.' I was living in a small ass apartment, with this ugly ass [bleep]. And he’s proven to me that he's worth forgiving and fighting for. But living there and being seen out with other guys, Hugh was tripping." We could go the usual ho-hum outrage route with this one -- how dare Hef impose such a stupid sexist double standard, blah blah blah -- but no. And as far as "rules" go, does that mean, like, contractual obligations, or just Daddy telling you what not to bring in his house? There is, however, some intriguing gossip reportage. On her blog, she wrote, “I am very happy in my life and I love Hef with all my heart. -- Leslie Gornstein Photo: Karissa Shannon, left, and her sister Kristina already had been asked by Hugh Hefner to get out of the Playboy Mansion and into the Playboy House when he decided to get closer -- it's all relative, yes -- to other girlfriend Crystal Harris, right. Credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times Related dispatch from the Ministry of Gossip: Hugh Hefner on Tiger Woods and Jesse James rehabbing after being caught cheating: ' It's a cop out' Click and scroll down for more Hef sightings or to tour the Preach It! that has plagued the whole Playboy legend ever since the whole live-in-girlfriend phenomenon first heated up, presumably at some point in the Paleozoic Era: Do these hyper-bleached blowup dolls move into the mansion and play the girlfriend bit as part of a contract, or what? There has been no official public confirmation, at least in the last few years, about Playboy requiring models to sign contracts stipulating the nature of their stay in the mansion. They haven't been having sex with a wrinkly old man for nothing!