Kendra Wilkinson’s Dad Wants To Shake Hugh Hefner’s Hand?

Kendra Wilkinson once described living at the Playboy Mansion (Read: Fucking Hugh Hefner for room and board.) like this. Via Cosmopolitan:

“At about the minute mark, I pulled away and it was done. It was like a job. Clock in, clock out. It’s not like I enjoyed having sex with him.”

Other Playmates described it like this:

“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.”

And, oh, wait, so did Kendra:

“I hate putting my hand out, but we couldn’t have jobs other than getting appearance fees.”

So naturally her father wants to shake old Hugh’s hand for being there when he wasn’t because that’s what all of that sounded like. PEOPLE reports:

It’s not a sentiment every father would have, but Kendra Wilkinson’s dad Eric is utterly grateful to Hugh Hefner for taking in his daughter.
“When I wasn’t there, he was the guy that was taking care of you,” Eric says in an exclusive sneak peek at Friday’s Kendra on Top.

Dude, he made her fuck his dick for an allow- you know what? It’s not even worth it. Everybody hug your daughters. Just stop whatever you’re doing and give them hug. But not too many, or we’re right back we’re started. A medium amount of hugs. Give her a medium amount of hugs, and that should be good. Or I could come over and do it if your last name happens to be Thorne. You’re a busy man providing for his family. That’s important stuff. (So, noon-ish?)

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