Kendra Wilkinson tells her mom 'I hope you die'

2014-06-05 19:00
Los Angeles - Former Playmate Kendra Wilkinson and her mother Patti Wilkinson are locked in a bitter feud according to her mother.

The last time Hugh Hefner's ex spoke to her mother was in October 2013. The two had an explosive argument and ended with Kendra telling her mom that she hoped her mother would die.

In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline Mrs Wilkinson confessed that she has yet to meet her second grandchild who was born in May. She went on to say that her daughter never bothered to share the news of her pregnancy with her personally.

The two have had a strained relationship for the past four years.

Mrs Wilkinson says when they spoke in October her daughter told her she hated her, called her all kinds of names and ended with "I hope you die".

Kendra's mother said she wouldn't tell her worst enemy much less her mother that she hopes they would die.

Mrs Wilkinson also said that she and her daughter were much closer when she was living at the playboy mansion and that as soon as she met Hank Baskett and got married to him things started to change between them and they eventually grew apart.

She went on to say that she finds Hank Baskett kind of controlling and that his behaviour bothers her a lot. She confessed that she feels her motherly instinct to protect her daughter does not go down very well with her son-in-law.

Patti Wilkinson does not understand why her daughter hates her so much, a question she posed to Kendra in October when they last spoke and unfortunately her daughter failed to give her a response.

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