July 29, 2011 07:13:54 GMT
After several Playboy Playmates came to Hef's defense about his performance in the bedroom, his ex-fiancee tweets, 'I was unprepared and blurted out things I shouldn't have said.'
Shortly after Crystal Harris apologized for the candid comments she made about his performance in the bedroom, Hugh Hefner came out with his response. The Playboy founder tweeted on Thursday, July 28, "Crystal apologized for her Howard Stern interview, which I appreciated. It didn't have much to do with reality."
Before posting the message, the 85-year-old re-tweeted his ex-fiancee's latest posting in which she addressed her recent interview on Sirius XM Radio's Howard Stern Show. "The Stern interview scared me, he's harsh," she wrote. "I was unprepared and blurted out things I shouldn't have said, I'm sorry."
Crystal's apology came after several other Playmates came to Hef's defense. Dani Mathers told PEOPLE, "Hef is a lover. I think they definitely had sex more than that one time and it wasn't two minutes. Hef definitely has a sex life." Miss June 2004 Hiromi Oshima, meanwhile, said, "I've heard girls say they have a lot of fun in [the bedroom]."
Crystal made an appearance on the Howard Stern Show on Tuesday, July 26. During the chat, she told host Howard Stern that she has never seen Hef naked. The 25-year-old Playmate also claimed that they only had sex once and it lasted "like two seconds." She added, "I'm not turned on by Hef, sorry."
In his defense, Hef earlier tweeted, "Crystal did a crazy interview with Howard Stern today that didn't have much to do with reality. Is she trying to impress a new boyfriend?" He went on to post, "The sex with Crystal the first night was good enough so that I kept her over two more nights."