It was assumed that April, who became a girlfriend only several months before Madison, would move into Bedroom 5, but instead she asked Hef if she could have Bedroom 3 entirely to herself.This was seen as unfair by the rest of the girlfriends based on how bedroom hierarchy had previously worked.He would constantly create drama and infighting among his girlfriends by randomly changing his long-held positions or household policies to favor one over the rest of them.
Hef would take photos of his girlfriends and him every night before they went out, then have them delivered to each girlfriend's door the next morning.
The photos "only amplified the massive pressure to always look perfect and cause the girlfriends to spend hours critiquing their appearances," Madison writes.
Girlfriends were allowed to leave only to go to the bathroom.
When Hef left the party, usually at 1 a.m., the girlfriends "had to go upstairs with him." But some of the girlfriends snuck back down to the parties to meet men and celebrities.
He would watch porn, smoke pot, and jerk off while his girlfriends and whoever else happened to be joining them that night pretended to get it on around him.
Madison says they would take turns pleasuring Hef, but he always finished by himself.
When Madison told him she doesn't do drugs, she says Hef replied, "Usually I don't approve of drugs, but you know, in the '70s they used to call these pills 'thigh openers.'"4.
Among his bizarre set of mansion rules, Madison writes, were that the girlfriends change into identical flannel pajamas before the bedtime routine.5.
Though they publicly denied it, all girlfriends were expected to participate in Hef's bizarre bedtime group sex ritual.
"I didn't immediately realize that all girlfriends were required to sleep with Hef," Madison writes.2.
But Hef approved her request, forcing Madison to move out of the room.