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"He had this gentlemanly veneer, he was intelligent, and I loved watching old movies with him.
I focused on the positive things, not the negative." However, after suffering depression, suicidal thoughts and—according to Madison—Hef's accusations of infidelity, the two broke up.
He'd been battling cancer, but it's unclear if that's what caused his death. Keith had been a longtime exec at Playboy -- handling Bunny training and recruitment (you're welcome).
He also did some acting, appearing in a few movies and TV shows like the classic sitcom, "Get Smart." He was married to model Caya Hefner, and is widely credited with inventing the Bunny Dip ...
"In the middle, a very pale man was tending to his own business (if you're catching my thinly veiled innuendo) and puffing on a joint before passing it around to the nearest blonde.
The girlfriends, in various stages of undress, were sitting in a semicircle at the edge of the bed — some kneeling, some standing, some lying down." She claimed he offered her a Quaalude, alleged the orgy-esque activity would take place twice a week, that he disapproved of her short haircut and called her "old hard and cheap" when she wore red lipstick.
"I tricked myself into thinking I had feelings for Hef," she wrote in the book.
With Wilkinson at his defense, Hefner responded to his ex's allegations, suggesting Madison was seeking fame with her new book.