EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Cindy Margolis’ New Show Pulls Cruelest Trick Ever On Reality TV

Playboy centerfold and Internet sensation Cindy Margolis is the star of a new reality show that is about to pull the cruelest trick on TV, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

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The blonde beauty is looking for love after being single for the first time in her adult life and she let The Fox Reality Channel document it all. On Saturday Night’s episode, Cindy Margolis tells RadarOnline.com that “we did the cruelest thing that anyone in reality TV has ever done.”

The Seducing Cindy TV show’s producers created a scenario that made the contestants believe Cindy was driving an SUV. As they watched, the SUV crashed, and rolled over five or six times, leaving the contestants convinced Cindy was inside (but of course she wasn’t). Then, when the men raced to the fake accident scene, they saw Cindy covered with fake blood being taken into an ambulance.

“It was cruel, it was mean,” Cindy says but the show needed to test the contestants’ true love for her. “It was so heart wrenching. We put them on an emotional rollercoaster.”

If that wasn’t enough, the remaining contestants were lied to saying she needed blood and a kidney.

“One guy got so upset that he physically assaulted a camera guy,” Cindy says. Another one fainted.

The winner of this bizarre and cruel stunt found out that Cindy was indeed alive and well when he was taken into the ambulance to donate his kidney. Cindy turned around revealing “her sexy nurse costume.”

This show is like The Bachelor on crack. Contestants are ages 18 to 71. Instead of a rose ceremony, “the lucky chosen suitors get to take a garter belt off my leg,” Cindy told RadarOnline.com.

At 44, she admits she’s a cougar and that she had sex with three of the finalists!

She told RadarOnline.com: “it’s the scariest fairy tale of my life.”

And, yes, she says, she did fall in love.

Episode Five of Seducing Cindy airs Saturday’s at 9 p.m./ 8 p.m. Central on Fox Reality Channel.

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