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Kendra Wilkinson will discuss her marriage drama on her reality TV show

12 July 2014, 08:21

Los Angeles - Kendra Wilkinson plans to discuss her marital troubles on her reality show.

The former Girls Next Door star is reportedly set to follow in Tori Spelling's footsteps by covering the scandalous breakdown of her relationship with her husband Hank Baskett on her TV show, Kendra on Top.

The former NFL star is alleged to have cheated on Kendra - with whom he has children Hank IV, five, and Alijah, two months - with a transsexual model called Ava Sabrina London when she was eight months pregnant with their daughter.

A spokesperson for WE TV confirmed to Us Weekly magazine: "We are currently in production on season 3 of Kendra on Top. And yes, we are covering her reality."

Producers apparently arranged a counselling session for the ex-Playboy model and Hank so they could vent their frustrations, during which things went from bad to worse.

The insider said: "Kendra was crying and Hank was kind of being a jerk, looking very pissed. She was talking divorce."

Meanwhile, Kendra's ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner has allegedly reached out to her, offering his support.

This comes just a few months after former Beverly Hills 90210 actress Tori aired her heartbreak for the world to see in the wake of her husband Dean McDermott cheating on her last December.

- BangShowBiz


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