Kendra Wilkinson recently took to Twitter to criticize her former "Girls Next Door" co-star, Holly Madison.
Wilkinson's tweets came a day after Madison was featured in a People Magazine cover story.
“Now Holly is on [the] cover of People mag saying she lived in fear at the mansion,” Wilkinson wrote in a tweet, which she subsequently deleted, according to Page Six.
“She wasn’t in fear with that d--k in her ass for a paycheck,” Wilkinson added.
Wilkinson proceeded to describe what Madison’s alleged role was.
“That b---h is in fear now knowing so many of us saw her doing some nasty s--t. She’s embarrassed and in shame. She was the clean up girl,” she wrote.
Madison had earlier ruled out a friendship with Wilkinson.
“I wish her the best, but I’m done with that portion of my life,” Madison told People. “I’ve moved on. I’m happier now.”
Madison explained why a friendship had been difficult from her point of view.
“A friendship with her was something I tried to work out off camera years ago,” she said. “But I don’t want to let myself and my friendship with someone be jerked around based on what’s convenient for someone’s reality show. She can bad mouth me or put words in my mouth, but I’m not going to fall for that.”
Madison said she had not had any problems staying friends with Bridget Marquardt, her other co-star on the show, which ran from 2005 to 2010 and followed Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s alleged girlfriends.
Several hours after her original Twitter posts May 12, Wilkinson posted an apology.
“I know my recent posts were a little over the top and I apologize for that. Sticking up for me [and] my beliefs is hard for me at times. Sorry,” she wrote, according to Page Six.
The feud between the two began last year when Madison criticized Wilkinson in her memoir "Down the Rabbit Hole." Wilkinson responded by saying that Madison had rewritten history.
Madison now says she no longer has space for negativity in her life.
She is releasing another book May 17, entitled "The Vegas Diaries."