Crystal Harris apologizes to Hugh Hefner for 'two seconds' comment

hugh-hefner-crystal-harris-split.jpg.jpgCrystal Harris has apologized for telling Howard Stern that sex with Playboy founder Hugh Hefner lasted "like two seconds."

Soon after the interview, Hefner, 85, tweeted his disappointment. "When I said, "I missed a bullet" when Crystal left, I didn't mean I didn't love her," he wrote. "I meant I realized she really didn't love me."

Harris, 25, took to her Twitter account on Thursday to apologize her for comments. "The Stern interview scared me, he's harsh," she tweeted. "I was unprepared and blurted out things I shouldn't have said. I'm sorry."

Hefner retweeted Crystal's apology, saying, "Crystal apologized for her Howard Stern interview, which I appreciated. It didn't have much to do with reality." Later, Hefner told one of his followers, "I think Crystal told Howard Stern what he wanted to hear. That's her MO with most everyone."

The red-robed one isn't angry with Stern, although he thinks his former fiancee "shouldn't have been booked on the show at this sensitive time."

For the record, we're still Team Hef!
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