Kendra Wilkinson has admitted she once dated a girl for two weeks while she was finding herself in high school.
Kendra Wilkinson used to be a lesbian.
The 30-year-old reality TV star, who is now married to former NFL player Hank Baskett and has two children with him, has revealed she once dated another female for a short period of time while she was finding herself in high school.
Speaking in a forthcoming episode of 'Kendra on Top', she said: ''Did you know I was gay at one point in my life? I dated a girl. In high school, I dated a girl [for] like two weeks.
''We would walk down the hallways holding hands and stuff and anytime [kids] saw us walking together, all you would see were all the students running to the window.''
However, the school romance was only short-lived because the girl dumped Kendra just two weeks later.
She said with a giggle: ''She broke up with me!''
Meanwhile, the socialite's personal life was slapped with controversy last year after it emerged her spouse had been accused of cheating on her with a transsexual model.
The couple, who got married in 2009 and have son Hank IV, five, and 16-month-old daughter Alijah together, have remained a couple following the revelation and are now working through their issues with the help of professionals.
Speaking to Hank previously about their fraught relationship, Kendra said: ''It's just hard because I'm still living in a little bit of - I'm not doing too good, still. I'm confused about a lot. I miss something. I know that I love you and I know that I forgive everything and I'm not trying to hold anything you've done over your head. I just honestly I miss something.''
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