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That night, Madison was led into Hefner's bedroom to join his harem of scantily clad blonds lolling on the bed as two big screens played porn. Suddenly, one of the other women grabbed Madison and hissed in her ear: “Fake the f---!

“I think the ‘growing up’ question struck a nerve even deeper than I cared to admit,” she wrote.

In the book, on sale this Tuesday, Madison flirts with a more shocking accusation.

When an interviewer suggested that Kendra Wilkinson was “growing up” at the mansion, Madison at first shot down the innuendo that Hefner was “a pedophile.” She’s since reconsidered.

Holly Madison considered suicide during ‘nightmare’ life in Playboy Mansion: memoir “Heeeef ... ” Madison recalled one of the mansion vets screeching during her first visit.

Madison and another woman, Candice, were the newbie victims — and it didn’t last long.

In the dark it was hard to tell if Hef was aware they were faking. Pretending to have girl-on-girl sex beat climbing into the sack with Hef.

According to Madison, the girlfriends — seven at the time — were desperate for “fresh meat” to avoid satisfying Hefner themselves.

When it came to Playboy honcho Hugh Hefner, fake sex was far preferable to the real thing.

So says Hef’s former live-in girlfriend Holly Madison in her new book, “Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales from a Former Playboy Bunny.” The 35-year-old hottie shared the Playboy mansion with Hefner from 2001 to 2008, spending several years as his girlfriend-in-chief.

“It was so brief that I can’t even recall what it felt like beyond having a heavy body on top of mine,” Madison writes.

“By the time I was able to wrap my head around what was happening, Hef had already moved on to Candice, then to a few of his actual girlfriends before finishing himself off as he always did.” A recent US Weekly excerpt revealed that Hefner offered Madison a Quaalude the first night he met her at a club, calling it a “thigh-opener.” Over time, she writes, he became so emotionally abusive that Madison contemplated suicide.