(NewsCore) - Octogenarian Hugh Hefner defended his libido after his ex-fiancee said sex with the Playboy founder lasted a mere "two seconds," Us Weekly reported Wednesday. Former Playboy Playmate Crystal Harris, who dumped Hefner just days before they planned to wed in June, dropped the bombshell about Hefner's sexual performance on Howard Stern's radio show Tuesday. "He doesn't really take off his clothes. I've never seen Hef naked. I don't know if I want to," she told Stern, adding she only had sex with Hefner once during their relationship and it "lasted like two seconds." Hefner then took to Twitter to dispute Harris' remarks. "Crystal lied about our relationship on Howard Stern, but I don't know why. Maybe a new boyfriend?" Hefner, 85, wrote on Twitter -- in a post he has since deleted. "I feel sorry for Crystal. She seems lost," he added. Harris, 25, has attributed her break-up with Hefner to his extravagant lifestyle -- complete with numerous girlfriends and non-stop partying. "Hef's lifestyle isn't the most normal lifestyle," Harris has said, adding "This isn't the lifestyle for me, multiple girls around all the time, the Playboy lifestyle. I don't know. I just wanted to be true to myself."
Hate to say I told you so, but I totally did. Hugh Hefner, as we all knew and loved him, really is dead. Would classy, banging a different broad every night Hugh, have even dignified this money grubbing whore's comments on the Howard Stern Show? Hell no. Why would he? He's got a gaggle of girls living in his house on any given night, there's no need to defend yourself against these ridiculous accusations.
I mean look, on the one hand she's calling him a two pump-chump, and then on the other she's saying she coudln't keep up with his swinging lifestyle. Well which one is it hunny? Ever think he might have been a two pump chump because he was just dipping in to your BFF two seconds before? You just happened to be the lucky girl who won the prize?
That's the kind of response Hugh should have came with if he was going to come at all. And that's the kind of response he'd get if he hired a mid 20's self-made thousandaire blogger from Boston to handle his social media communications. Come on Hugh, 80 year olds can't be Twittering, it's a young man's game, by the time you've found the # symbol the topic probably isn't even trending anymore.