Crystal Harris Pet Dog Charlie

December 28, 2011 by staff 

Crystal Harris Pet Dog CharlieCrystal Harris Pet Dog Charlie, Traditional etiquette says that if the bride-to-be ditches the groom before they walk down the aisle she should give back the engagement ring.
But Play boy bunny Crystal Harris not only kept the three carat diamond ring worth an estimated $90,000, but a Bentley too after leaving her former fiance Hugh Hefner at the alter.

Now, to add insult to injury, the runaway bride wants custody of their dog Charlie as well.

Shortly after Hefner and Harris ended their engagement in June, the Play boy mogul said Harris let him keep Charlie, their shared Cavalier King Charles spaniel.
But now, Hefner, 85, says he and his former fiancée, 25, are still going back and forth about who gets permanent ownership of the pooch.
‘We both love the puppy,’ Hefner told People magazine. ‘I told her if she wants to keep the ring and the Bentley, then maybe I can keep the puppy. I hope we will work it out.’
Hefner, who still insists he ‘missed a bullet’ by not tying the knot with Harris also added: ‘The puppy’s valuable, but not $100,000 worth.’

Harris called off the nuptials at the 11th hour announcing her decision on her website.
‘I have decided to end my engagement with Hef,’ she wrote. ‘I have the utmost respect for Hef and wish him the best going forward. I hope the media will give each of us the privacy we deserve during this time.’
She then went on to party in Vegas on the planned day of the wedding and gave a radio interview in which she said: ‘I’m not turned on by Hef. He doesn’t really take off his clothes. I’ve never seen Hef n**ed.’
But Hefner refused to hit back, simply saying: ‘The breakup is a heartbreaker, but better now than after the marriage.’
‘After all is said and done, staying single is probably the best,’ he posted on his Twitter account.

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