Brent Hatley has said that he is leaving The Howard Stern Show because he is “ashamed” of how the show’s host, Howard Stern, lives. In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Brent and his wife Caitlin, who is 36 years old, talked about how embarrassed and judged they feel when they talk about their lives.
Since the beginning of the show, Brent and Caitlin have talked about their sexual experiences. As they start “soft rocking,” couples switch partners and kiss as they do so. Brent told The Sun, “I was a little sad when I tried to describe this way of life on the radio.” The Howard Stern Show has always been about being curious, but that wasn’t what I was looking for.
He went on, saying, “Howard and everyone else you hear on “The Stern Show” are really good people. Howard is a very nice person. It’s only because they don’t understand. When they came out, they were very angry. I know I’ll get some crap, but I’m surprised that they’re so mad about it.
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“Men who don’t like this way of living aren’t very honest. When they talk about not being monogamous, they feel very uncomfortable and even angry. What you like, what you like, and what you don’t like can make them very angry.
“Howard is getting old,” said Caitlin. He can’t figure out why anyone would do that, because no one would. It’s not about understanding; it’s more like, “What the hell is wrong with you?” But the harsh response to her way of life wasn’t the only reason he left the show.
He said, “I have to do it to keep my mind straight. They also changed how the show worked. My job is to talk about things that are happening in the real world. I have never liked doing skits, parts, or other things like that. thing.
“I know some people like it, but it’s just not my style. My thing is more about how people live. They made the decision to stop. So the main reason is that their ideas are different.” Brent also said he thought Back where he and Caitlin live now, in St. Petersburg, Florida.
He went on: “I was definitely not thrown out. They were taken aback. Six and a half years later, when I had found peace and love, I decided this was for me.” Brent said today that he and Howard, 68, don’t have any bad feelings toward each other because he “will definitely be back as a guest.”
Howard talked about how Caitlin had sex with a man named “The Drill” and wanted to invite him to the show’s Hollyweird Squares in a November episode of The Howard Stern Show. Brent said on the show that it “crossed the line” because she liked having sex and “moving on.”
Howard said, “Don’t you think that Caitlin jackhammer-fucking you is too much?” Afterward, he said that Brent was “jealous,” which Brent denied. Later, the host said that the audience called Brent a “d**k” when they talked about his way of life.
“I don’t think it’s me,” he said. I don’t really. I don’t want to make Brent do anything against his will. I really want to know where the swingers community stops. Downey Limousine Driver, who was a guest host, said, “I think he opened a door he can’t close now… Your whole life was surrounded by sex and what you did, and now it’s coming back to bite you a bit.
Brent replied, “Nothing bothers me. How does it make me feel bad? Being here is emotional and exciting, but I’m not down, so it’s all good. Howard responds, “I The idea is that men, who are often called “jackhammers,” shouldn’t bother their wives. It doesn’t matter if you’re a swinger or not. No one ever called a drill and slept with my wife.