Russell Brand apparently meditated with a glamour model at 6am the morning after she spent the night at his home, and she has claimed he was ''a bit of a let-down'' when they slept together.
Russell Brand made a glamour model meditate for an hour at 6am after she spent the night at his home.
According to Sophie Coadie, 23, the 38-year-old comedian didn't make love to her the first night they spent together earlier this year, instead drinking ''lots of tea'' and practicing relaxation the morning after.
She told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: ''We just hung out, listened to cheesy music like Lily Allen and drunk lots of tea ... At one point he walked over, pushed my shoulders back to correct my posture and told me, 'Good Girl'.
''And at 6am he woke me up to meditate for an hour ... He also woudn't let me touch his hair. He was very protective about that.''
She has also claimed Russell - who is now dating Jemima Khan - was disappointing in the bedroom once they did sleep together.
She said: ''Obviously he has a reputation for being this sex god but he tries too hard to be overly sexual and intense ... He wants to be this love god and all romantic, but it all felt a bit forced.
''It was like he was trying to be Christian Grey from 'Fifty Shades of Grey', making the whole experience into this passionate, romantic fantasy. But it was a bit of a let-down.''
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