Cheaters Need Not Apply
Former Playboy Playmate Kendra Wilkinson would not forgive her hubby for straying -- but that's exactly what she did to Hef.
Cheaters don't stand a chance with Kendra Wilkinson.
"Cheating is just not fair, it's not fair on the other person," said the star of E!'s Kendra to Bang Showbiz. "If you are going to say to someone I am going to be here and I promise to be with you then it is not fair, it's not fair at all."
Yet, cheating is exactly what she has admitted to doing to former beau Hugh Hefner. Wilkinson's relationship with Hefner and his two other girlfriends was depicted on Girls Next Door.
"I had to have sex every now and then, so I had to kind of sneak it," Wilkinson said to Us Weekly in 2009. "I was like 'How the hell can you do that?' I had to have (sex) so I could feel my age, like a healthy human being."
OK, so there are conditions when cheating is permissible? Wilkinson's rep did not reply to a query for an explanation from SheKnows.
As for how Wilkinson feels about cheating now, she seems to have it thought it out pretty well.
"'It's like a test," Wilkinson said. "If you went into a classroom to do a test and you look on someone else's page that's cheating. If you are thinking about looking at someone else's paper that's cheating -- you are not committed to doing what you know you have to do and you're not confident with yourself."
It's all about the mind.
"Cheating starts with the mind, it doesn't start with the penis. I one hundred percent believe that," said Wilkinson, who appeared on Dancing with the Stars in the spring. "It can depend on whether you have an open relationship and if your partner says it's OK and they know you are flirting with other people and they are OK with it, that's different. But if you are going into a relationship one-on-one and you go off flirting then that is cheating for me."
Wilkinson is currently married to NFL player Hank Baskett. The two have 22-month-old son.
Kendra is in its fourth season on E!
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