Last week, Hugh Hefner's 21-year-old son Marston Hefner was charged with assault after he got into a violent domestic dispute with his Playboy Playmate girlfriend, Claire Sinclair, on Feb. 12. Now, one of Hugh's favorite bunnies, Kendra Wilkinson, is weighing in on the situation.
"From what I know, he’s a great kid and he’s a great person, and if that happened then that’s their business and they can settle it in their own legal way," Kendra told OK! at The Pool After Dark at Harrah's Resort & Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., on Saturday.
The former star of The Girls Next Door, who is mommy to two-year-old Hank Baskett Jr., says Hugh would never go for something like that and is probably shocked by his son's actions.
"All I know is that Hef is very respectful of women," Kendra explained to us. "He 100 percent loves women. Hef is a great man and you know, that’s not Hef."
Marston is facing spousal or cohabitant battery and vandalism charges and must appear in court on March 21.
His now ex-girlfriend, Claire, spoke to E! News shortly after the incident and revealed that Marston was "stressed out" and overreacted after a "really silly" argument.
"Initially, he kicked me and I went backwards, I fell," she claimed. "Then he punched me and grabbed me up, and I scratched him to defend myself. It was very shocking."