There must have been a moment when Crystal Harris realized that ditching Hugh Hefner at the altar and mocking his age-ridden sexual apparatus would not, in fact, result in a lucrative pop career.
That was the moment when, after what we can only assume was a Costco-sized shot of whisky, the 26-year-old crawled back to the Playboy Mansion and begged Hef to
save her from a life of actually having to work for a living take her back.
And when he did, folks everywhere shook their heads in dismay, wondering why a 150-year-old man who has already cycled through several lifetimes’ worth of nubile young blondes would find the woman who told Howard Stern he “lasted like about two seconds” more appealing than, say, an Ovaltine enema.
Thankfully, Hugh appears to have at least some of his faculties in order. Because as Radar Online reports, the multimillionaire had his lawyers draw up a stringent prenuptial agreement before he hobbled down the aisle.
“Hef’s lawyer dispatched his assistant to the Playboy Mansion approximately three weeks ago with the final version of the prenuptial agreement for them to sign, a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com exclusively.”
“The prenup protects Hugh’s Playboy assets, and it also has specific language about the famous Playboy Mansion. If the couple divorces, or if Hef dies, Crystal would have to vacate the mansion, and has no legal rights to the iconic Holmby Hills estate. Hef wanted to sign the prenup at the house so photographers wouldn’t spot him going into his lawyer’s office,” the source says.
Man. Crystal must really not want to get a job. But hey – the 9-to-5 grind isn’t for everyone.