Kendra Wilkinson claims she has suffered ''emotional abuse'' at the hands of her ''sadistic'' mother.
Kendra Wilkinson feels like she has been ''raped'' by her ''sadistic'' mother.
The former Playboy model has a tumultuous relationship with Patti Wilkinson and claimed her mom has ''abused'' her and left her ''emotionally f***ed''.
Speaking to her aunt, Kristin Wilkinson, in a clip from Friday's (18.09.15) episode of 'Kendra on Top', she said: ''I can't deal with my mom anymore. Because I feel like I'm being raped every minute with my mom.
''She is the most sadistic abuser.
''It's just hard because she we're adults and no one believes an adult abuse, do you know what I mean? I truly was emotionally f***ed.''
While Kristin encouraged Kendra - who previously accused her mother of ''selling out her tears'' amid a cheating scandal which rocked her marriage to Hank Baskett last year - to try and repair her relationship with her mother, the 30-year-old beauty insisted it wouldn't be easy.
Kristin advised: ''I think what I'm trying to say is that, I think while somebody is alive, if there is any way that to salvage a relationship for you, not for them ... but that's all, like I don't know you that well.''
Kendra - who has kids Hank IV, five, and Alijah, 16 months, with Hank - told the camera: ''I did a lot of reaching out, I did a lot of offering for therapy, and, you know, my mom just never accepted that, never reached out to me, never accepted my ... you know, what I think would help us.
''You know, it was a lot of my side trying and not her side trying.''
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