He once told Wilkinson she looked like she was "putting on some weight," and warned her to watch her diet.14.
He keeps a picture of every girl who's ever been to the mansion.
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.
A mansion staffer would take photographs of women visiting for the first time, Madison says.
The photos (mostly Polaroids) were saved for Hef to review the next day.
For attiring themselves, Hef provided each girlfriend with $1,000 weekly "clothing allowance" and unlimited beauty services courtesy of his account at the José Eber salon in Beverly Hills.
Plastic surgery also came courtesy of Hef, Madison says, the most commonly requested procedures including boob jobs, nose jobs, and liposuction.But Hef approved her request, forcing Madison to move out of the room.Hef was also known to hate red lipstick, Madison says in her book.Madison reveals that she made her first foray into Hef's bedroom after a night out with "roughly a third of a bottle of vodka sloshing around in my stomach." "There was zero intimacy involved," she writes. It was so brief that I can't even recall what it felt like beyond having a heavy body on top of mine."6.He made his sons Marston, 9 years old when Madison moved in, and Cooper, 10, share a bedroom with a girlfriend.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.