Forget their reportedly amicable split, when it comes to dishing on ex-fiancé, Hugh Hefner, Crystal Harris isn't playing nice. The runaway bunny recently took to Howard Stern's Sirius XM radio show to talk openly with the prying DJ about her sex life with the 85-year-old Lothario.
Harris made faces of disgust as she divulged details of her intimate life with the original Playboy, admitting that the pair only engaged in intercourse once and when they did, it was only for "two seconds."
"I'm not turned on by Hef, sorry," she said, laughing.
Although she admits she was never physically attracted to Hefner, she does maintain that they had a loving relationship and at the time of Hef's proposal, she was, in fact, in love with him.
To Hefner's surprise, Harris called off the couple's backyard Playboy mansion wedding in June, just days before the May-December couple were planning to walk down the aisle.
But even after the split, the pair played it cool, tweeting about their amicable breakup and continuing to promote the 25-year-old's fledgling singing career and the already-gone-to-press "Introducing Mrs. Crystal Hefner" Playboy cover.
But Hefner may be singing a new tune now that his runaway bride is throwing him under the bus when it comes to the image that made him -- and her -- famous.
Hefner had previously begun the Twitter tirade against his ex-fiancée by replying to a fan by tweeting, "Crystal convinced me that she adored me. That was the first lie."
Harris better watch her back, we wouldn't be surprised if Hefner sics his battling bunny force on the ex-queen of the mansion. But Harris may have a new man on her arm to keep the protective bunnies at bay. Rumors of a romantic relationship between the bombshell and Dr. Phil's son, Jordan McGraw came to light after Harris ditched Hef, and they don't seem to be fading. According to the New York Post, onlookers got an eyeful of Harris and McGraw at a New York bar "getting cozy." Harris has previously denied reports of any relationship, other than a professional one, with McGraw, claiming that the pair are collaborating musically -- is that what the kids are calling it these days?