Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison stick up for Hugh Hefner against Crystal Harris
Despite no longer being Hugh Hefner's "Girls Next Door," Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison are still willing to stick up for their old boss.
Hefner Tweeted on December 27, that his ex-fiancee Crystal Harris asked for their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Charlie back. The dog originally belonged to both Harris and Hefner but Harris let Hefner keep the dog after the split.
"I told Crystal she could keep the engagement ring & Bentley (a wedding gift) if I could have our puppy. But now she wants all three," Hefner wrote on December 26.
"@CrystalHarris why did you voluntarily give the dog to Hef (who loves him too) after u left, only to ask for him back a few months later," Madison asked Harris on Monday.
Wilkinson also responded to Hefner about the situation, "@hughhefner I'm sorry u have to go through this. That dog loves u so much. She abandoned him n now she want him back. She's mean mean mean."
"I agree!!! I'm so glad you said something, Kendra," Madison wrote to Wilkinson shortly after.
Madison also went on to explain to a fan why she is upset about the matter. "Dogs shouldn't be yanked from happy homes on a whim," She wrote. "She [Harris] needs to quit attention-seeking!"
The 25-year-old was set to marry Hefner on June 18 but later decided to end their engagement.
"Hef's lifestyle isn't the most normal lifestyle," Harris told Ryan Seacrest in June. "Multiple girls all around, it's not the lifestyle I wanted."
Harris and Hefner became engaged in December 2010 and had been linked together for about two years. Hefner has been married twice before and Harris said that he was planning the wedding for her sake.
On June 19, Hefner said Harris brought the dog back to the mansion "because she thinks he's happier here & I appreciate it, because I really missed him."
Harris has stayed quiet about the incident, with her most recent Tweet -- at the time of this writing -- a quote from English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge that reads, "Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm."