After telling all to Howard Stern, the runaway bride claims she was "unprepared and blurted out things"

By Alison Schwartz
July 29, 2011 09:30 AM
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After telling Howard Stern on Tuesday that sex with former fiancé Hugh Hefner lasted “like two seconds,” Crystal Harris admits she said too much.

“The Stern interview scared me, he’s harsh,” Harris Tweeted Thursday night about her revealing on-air remarks. “I was unprepared and blurted out things I shouldn’t have said, I’m sorry.”

Apology accepted: Hefner, 85, who said his runaway bride, 25, was lying about the couple’s sex life, said he appreciated her public mea culpa.

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[Her original comments] didn’t have much to do with reality,” the Playboy founder Tweeted.

“I think Crystal told Howard Stern what he wanted to hear,” Hef added, responding to one of his followers.

Not that Hefner’s pointing a finger at the shock jock.

“I don’t blame Howard,” Hef told a fan. “Crystal shouldn’t have been booked on the show at this sensitive time.”

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