She says Criss tried to isolate her from her friends and was jealous of her fame.
“For all his fame, fortune, and success, Criss, to me, seemed cripplingly insecure,” Holly writes.
] The former reality star explained: "When I announced to him that I as leaving Hef and the mansion, Criss opened up his world to me without even a moment's hesitation.
He pleaded with me to move in with him by Halloween during one of my trips to Las Vegas." Umm, that seems a little fast! After Holls moved in, the magician started to behave in questionable ways, like tipping off the tabloids and setting up "candid" paparazzi shots.
Criss, on the other hand, just scared me." She says that the magician never hit her, but she was "scared that something of that nature might be lurking around the corner." Kendra Slams Holly -- Says She Has an "Ulterior" Motive Once the facade started to fade, Madison says she "found him to be unintelligent" and "virtually illiterate" -- and realized they had very little in common.
She eventually left him and finally pursued her own dreams, landing a reality TV series of her own, appearing on "Dancing with the Stars" and starring in a Las Vegas show.
Flynn’s remarks were released via e-mail Wednesday evening.This was starting to feel all too familiar," she says, comparing him to Hefner."Hef was a master of manipulation and knew how to cripple a girl's self-esteem.Holly claims to have declined the offer at first, but says her “need to feel loved would win out over my need for independence,” and so she took him up on his offer.Once they began dating, Holly says Criss became very controlling and manipulative — both of her and the public perception of them.HM believes the Las Vegas resident wanted to distract the media from his poorly reviewed magic show at the time.