It's beginning to sound like none of the Hogans knows best.
In two separate interviews with E! this week, Brooke Hogan breaks down her current family dynamic and, as always, it ain't pretty.
"I'm the only one with my head on straight," she tells E!'s Daily 10. "I don't know what's wrong with mom…dad and brother are doing good. I'm staying straightforward."
Straightforward perhaps to the continued detriment of her already rocky relationship with mother Linda, whom Brooke says is "preying on her own babies."
"We don't talk…I feel betrayed."
Thanks to her latest round of interviews, the feeling is likely mutual.
The 21-year-old singer says her mother's post-divorce behavior was the final straw in their rocky relationship.
"I look at the things she's released and said about me and I'm like, how could I ever trust her again?" she explains on E! News, referring to her mother's recent outing of her breast augmentation. "How could I ever look at her and be like, 'You kind of threw me in front of the bus in front of the whole world.'
"Who does that to their kid?"
Not papa Hulk Hogan, for one.
"I'm just looking at how my dad's treating me and how my mom's treating me, and my mom has kind of backstabbed me a couple times."
"I feel betrayed," she adds.
In addition to her plastic surgery secrets, Linda also recently not so subtly hinted that her daughter may sometimes stretch the truth, such as when Brooke spoke out earlier this year about hearing from mutual friends that her mother—and her mother's 20-year-old boyfriend, Charlie Hill—may be experimenting with illegal substances.
"We don't know what kind!" Brooke says. "I'm trying to stay out of it."
Asked what she thinks of Hill, a former schoolmate of Brooke and brother Nick, Brooke replies, "He is a loser. I don't have a problem with age, it's more about character. Her love is not real and not right."
She adds that she believes Hill is simply using her mother for material gain and whatever fame he can leech off her tabloid status.
"He's getting suicide doors for his Mazda and getting ski trips to Big Bear and getting new clothes fromm Hurley and Roxy and Quicksilver and stuff. I don't know why my mom would even fall for it.
"I personally don't like him."
However, while her family life may be in turmoil, there is some good news on the horizon for the Brooke Knows Best star.
"Life has been really rocky, but it's starting to look up," she says, adding that she'd be willing to call a truce if she saw "a soul and personality change" from her mom.
Meanwhile, Brooke's second album, The Redemption, is due out July 21 and, she promises, will continue to bring the drama.
"You can be judged by talking about it or you can be judged by not. I'm an honest person. I vocalize a lot of my feelings. I might as well do it now, right?"