Hugh Hefner's son Cooper Hefner is defending his father and probably believes he put former Playboy Bunny Holly Madison in her place.

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"How does a person who is famous for being a gold digger paint themselves as a victim of a relationship they aggressively sought out for?" Cooper, 23, tweeted earlier this week.

Madison, 31, has bashed Hefner, 89, for weeks as she's promoting her tell-all memoir Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny. Excerpts from the book portray Hefner in a terrible light, as Madison claims he was manipulative, selfish and controlling man.

Cooper also dubbed Madison, who said she had contemplated thoughts of suicide while living with Hefner, a "wonderfully sh-tty" person among a few other Los-Angeles based women with bad reputations.

Hefner accused Madison of "rewriting history" in order to stay famous, and former Playmate Kendra Wilkinson -- who previously lived with Madison in the mansion and starred on The Girls Next Door with her -- has completely taken Hefner's side in the battle.

Wilkinson insisted Madison acted like a "First Lady" and just wanted a piece of Playboy, however, Hefner refused to marry her and have children. Wilkinson said Madison is just seeking revenge now.

"If I was bitter about not having been married and wanted revenge, I would have done it a long time ago," Madison told People, explaining the timing behind sharing her personal story.

Madison also reminded skeptics Hefner offered to put her in his will when she threatened to dump him but she turned him down and moved on with her life.