After Hugh Hefner’s son got into a physical altercation with his girlfriend (allegedly) and was arrested for domestic violence, Hugh has something to say about the matter.
“If they care about each other, they’ll patch it up,” the Playboy head told PEOPLE.
Hmmm. Let’s take a look at some of the details. After Marston Hefner got into a fight with his Playboy Playmate girlfriend, Clair Sinclair, she called her family, and they then called police. Police arrived, found her with injuries, investigated the incident briefly, and arrested Marston.
So I love how Hef is talking about this thing like it was a fight over who forgot to put the cap back on the peanut butter.
“There’s two types of pain in the world—pain that hurts you, and a pain that makes you stronger,” Sinclair Tweeted on Monday. “All of your positivity is giving me strength."
Marston was released on Sunday on $20,000 bail on the misdemeanor, according to Pasadena police. A court date has not yet been set.
The 21 year-old son of Hugh Hefner once said that growing up in the Playboy Mansion had it’s problems. I’m sure straight men everywhere are crying a river for him right now.
“Well, as a 15-year-old kid, seeing naked people occasionally, that's—it's just the lifestyle of growing up as Hugh Hefner's son, in his shadow,” Marston said. “It's not a boo-hoo sob story. But it's not the same as every other kid."
Hugh’s other son, Cooper, agreed:
“The Playboy Mansion is home. I've never known anything else, so to me it's normal--as ridiculous as that sounds. Although it is a little weird now that some of dad's girlfriends are actually younger than me."