Kendra’s family feud


Kendra Wilkinson’s brother has reportedly voiced skepticism about the star’s recent reunion with their father. The former Playboy Playmate hadn’t seen her father Eric for over two decades before the pair were seen meeting up in Costa Rica on a recent episode of her reality show Kendra On Top. But the star’s sibling Colin reportedly posted his disapproval of the meeting on Facebook.

'Who would consider a man that left them with nothing'

In a note obtained by RadarOnline, he apparently declares his belief that Eric has ulterior motives.

“Who would consider a man that left them with nothing. Never attempted to be involved in your life and never helped at all their father,” Colin reportedly ranted.

“He may excepted [sic] her request out of a thought of getting money. Making his name bigger.”

Kendra’s mother, Patti, reportedly voiced her disapproval as well at the weekend.

The matriarch, who divorced Kendra’s father in 1994, also denied claims she takes handouts from her daughter.

“Omg…Kendra never gave us any $$$$$$. She paid for Colin & I to go on a couple trips 10 yrs ago and that’s it!!!!!!”

“…I continue to be hurt and disrespected by my daughter," RadarOnline reports she posted.

“Ask us how much me and my mother and my grandma have made off my sis. Not a d**n dime,” Colin reportedly echoed.

A spokesperson for Kendra had not immediately commented on the claims.

However, she has been candid about reconnecting with Eric, who she says contacted her following allegations that her husband Hank Baskett cheated on her with a transgender model.

"Every single year I think about my dad," Kendra told "I wondered, 'Do I want to go reunite with him on camera?' Before this drama happened, my dad said he would rather do this in private. But when this scandal hit with Hank, he called me right away and was like, 'Bring the cameras,’” she recalled.

"If it wasn't for this mess with Hank, I would have never had the courage and the strength to go to my dad,” she continued. “I hadn't seen him in 20 years, but I had no fear anymore. And I couldn't be more proud of myself. I am so excited that I did that for myself as a human being.”

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