Kendra Wilkinson's feud with former friend and fellow Playboy bunny Holly Madison took another turn on Friday when Wilkinson opened up about the drama on SiriusXM satellite radio.
"I'm protecting [Hugh Hefner], I'm protecting myself, I'm protecting the things that actually made us famous," Wilkinson, 30, said on Morning Men with Evan Cohen and Mike Babchik. "I'm very appreciative, and I'm very loyal, and he did no wrong. He did no wrong to anyone, and if he did, you know I would be here telling you. If I felt for once that he treated us unkind in any way, I would be here defending Holly. But I'm not."
Earlier this week, Wilkinson slammed Madison via Twitter over a recent interview with People. Madison told the magazine that she felt "a lot of fear" while staying in the Playboy mansion.
"She wasn't in fear with that d**k in her a** for a paycheck," Wilkinson tweeted.
Following Wilkinson's Twitter rant, Madison released a statement to ET, saying, "I want no part of a one-sided argument or feud where one woman lives to demoralize and degrade another woman. For those with unresolved issues, therapy works. You should try it."
Still, Wilkinson told Jenny McCarthy on Dirty, Sexy, Funny that her experience in the mansion was different than what Madison described.
"I love [Hefner] to death and I appreciate everything he's done for me," she said. "He's done zero harm in my eyes to anyone that I've ever seen, and his intentions were only to make everyone happy. It was just the woman's choice to be there and f*** him. That's it. I mean, that was everybody's choice. What do you think you're going to do? You're moving into the Playboy mansion and dating a man who has multiple girlfriends."