Is Holly Madison leaving her Las Vegas home due to complaints over a doghouse?
The former Playboy model is moving out of her home after complaints from the homeowners association over her pink dog house, which is human sized and built to accommodate her three dogs, according to People magazine.
The 33-year-old personality, whose home is located in the Rancho Circle neighborhood of Las Vegas, has received repeated complaints for the structure, which houses her pups Louis, Napoleon and Josephine, according to the magazine.
"When I went over it with my contractor, he consulted the HOA on all their restrictions and whatnot," she told Las Vegas Weekly. "He told me it has to match the architecture of the house, so I did that with the roof because ... it's possible you could see the roof from the street, but you can't see any of it from the street, actually."
The starlet, who says she has been fined $100 a month for not taking it down, hasn't paid the fees and says she instead sends "nasty letters."
In August 2012, it was announced that Madison was expecting her first child with her boyfriend Pasquale Rotella. Later the reality television star shared that she was awaiting the arrival of a baby girl.
Madison, who once starred in the E! reality show "The Girls Next Door," was hospitalized in December 2012 after suffering a bout of morning sickness.
"Almost 7 months and morning sickness took hold!" the 32-year-old Tweeted on Monday, alongside an Instagram photo of herself lying on a hospital bed with what appears to be an IV tube on her arm. "Glad to be otherwise ok, tho. (sic)