Hugh Hefner’s ex-girlfriend is claiming that she isn’t allowed to visit him in the Playboy Mansion but RadarOnline.com has the exclusive scoop from the Playboy founder about his relationship with Bridget Marquardt. Click through the gallery to get the truth about Hef’s house rules since the old bunny has moved out.
Hef, 91, refused to allow his ex-girlfriend to visit him at her former home, the Playboy Mansion, as his health declined. "We kind of lost contact, and I tried to go back to the mansion,” she told Australia’s The Morning Show about her current relationship with her former boyfriend.
“He told me there was always an open door any time I wanted to go back, but I heard that’s not quite true lately,” Marquardt admitted about her restricted access to the Playboy Mansion.
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Her support of her old Playboy Mansion roommate Holly Madison may have been a reason Hef didn’t want her to visit him. “I like Holly and I’m friends with her. I’m happy for her that she wrote the book,” she exclusively told RadarOnline.com about Madison’s scathing tell-all about her relationship with Hef.
Marquardt claimed in her new interview that she wasn’t allowed to visit Hef anymore. “So, I actually called and tried to go to the mansion earlier this year, and I’m just sort of getting the runaround, so I haven’t heard back yet if I’m allowed up there.”
“This is a bit silly,” a Playboy spokesperson told RadarOnline.com exclusively. “Hef holds nothing but the fondest memories of his time spent with Bridget and he continues to wish her all the best in her new life.” What do you think about Bridget’s claims that she’s banned from visiting Hef in the Playboy Mansion? Sound off in comments below. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 800-344-9598 any time, day or night.