Hefner, 82, just confirmed his split with Madison to Us Weekly.
Although she's still living in the Playboy mansion, "Girls Next Door" star Kendra Wilkinson is no longer dating the infamous men's magazine's founder, Hugh Hefner."I'm out," Wilkinson said Tuesday night on E!
's "Chelsea Lately." The 23-year-old's announcement comes on the heels of No.
1 girlfriend Holly Madison's split from the blonde-loving octogenarian."I have no pull anymore.
Hef and I aren't together," Madison, a fellow "Girls" star, told on Monday.
A Playboy rep, who has stayed mum since the break-ups, has not revealed whether the 35-year-old is still in a relationship with Hefner.
Marquardt is reportedly abroad at the moment, filming for her upcoming Travel Channel series, "Bridget's Beaches."These days, the mansion is filled with "random a-- hoes," Wilkinson says, causing her to lock her bedroom door to protect her things.Despite her split, Wilkinson has already moved on to a more age-appropriate boyfriend, 26-year-old Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Hank Baskett, while Madison is reportedly dating magician Criss Angel.What this means for the future of "Girls Next Door," which also stars Marquardt, remains to be seen. reality show has not returned our calls for comment. It's a place so notorious, its very name is enough to strike trepidation into the heart of any aspiring young pin-up.For more than four decades, the Playboy Mansion has been synonymous with sleazy glamour and easy women – a monument to one man’s warped view of the world, a grown-up fantasyland known for A-list guests, wild parties and even wilder girls.But today the famed personal fiefdom created by Playboy magnate Hugh Hefner is far from the hedonist’s paradise imagined by the public, according to British twins Carla and Melissa Howe.