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In her fifth season of Kendra on Top, Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett is battling a handful of mounting issues, including a strained relationship with her mother, questionable tell-all books and a potential reunion with her past life at the Playboy Mansion. 

In a teaser clip for the show's upcoming episodes, the 30-year-old reality star makes a declaration: "I'm a wild animal that cannot be tamed."

We don't have a hard time believing her as she's filmed taking shots out of a bottle, partying in a pool and telling a friend, "I'm not the type that should be married."

Despite the previous marital woes she faced with her husband of nearly seven years, former professional basketball player Hank Baskett, the focus on their union seems to take a back seat to her crumbling relationship with her mother, Patti Wilkinson, who has been threatening the star with a tell-all book. 

"[She] took my tears off my face and sold them," Kendra says while staring into the camera. She later declares, "This is f--king war." 

Hugh Hefner, Holly Madison, Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt

Elayne Lodge/Playboy Enterprises

Kendra was less than pleased with a different memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole, written by her former Girls Next Door co-star Holly Madison and released in 2015. The book painted a far darker picture of what life was allegedly like for Madison while the three women lived there as Hugh Hefner's main girlfriends.  

"She writes a book putting rumors out there about me all over the Internet and stuff. It's just absurd," Kendra explained in a previous episode of the show. "Seven years later and this bitch is talking about s--t that happened while I was f--king 18, 19 and 20."

Now—to Kendra's dismay—it seems a Playboy Mansion reunion may be in order. 

When she's told "somebody did reach out about a possible Girls Next Door reunion," Kendra simply clutches her head in anguish. 

"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in."

The season premiere debuts April 1 at 9/8c on WEtv. 

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