Playboy Hugh Hefner accuses ex of lying about sex life
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Playboy founder Hugh Hefner says his former fiance is lying about their sex life, or lack of it.
Crystal Harris, 25, who ditched Hefner, 85, five days before their June wedding, told radio show host Howard Stern this week that sex with the Playboy magazine mogul "lasted like two seconds" and that she had never seen him naked.
"Crystal lied about our relationship on Howard Stern but I don't know why," Hefner said in a Twitter message on Tuesday. The remark, which was re-tweeted by some fans, has since been removed from his account.
"Crystal convinced me that she adored me. That was the first lie," Hefner said in response to a tweet from a fan. And he told another: "I feel sorry for Crystal. She seems lost."
Harris also claimed that she and Hefner only had sex once in their two-year relationship, that she had never seen him naked and that Hefner was more into "couch cuddling and movie nights" than sex.
Harris dumped Hefner in June. But the founder of the adult entertainment empire has already moved on, announcing that his new girlfriend is Shera Bechard, a 27 year-old French Canadian model who was Playboy's Miss November 2010.
"I'm happy to be in a better place with new girlfriends (Miss January 2011) Anna Sophia Berglund & Shera Bechard," he tweeted, adding that he had won Tuesday evening's game of dominoes at his Playboy Mansion home.
(Reporting by Jill Serjeant; Editing by Alex Dobuzinskis)
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