Ashley Greene signals she isn't pleased with Joe Jonas for saying he lost his virginity to her

The formerly chaste Jonas Brother offered up a full story of the events surrounding him having sex for the first time on Reddit

Olivia Blair
Thursday 13 October 2016 17:38
Ashley Greene and Nick Jonas in 2010
Ashley Greene and Nick Jonas in 2010

Ashley Greene has responded to Joe Jonas after he told the world he lost his virginity to the actress on Reddit.

On Wednesday, Jonas took part in a Reddit AMA where he was asked when he lost his virginity. He then proceeded to explain it was with a woman named Ashley, and encouraged fans to Google it to find out who she was, before going into more detail about the events of the night.

It appears Greene was unimpressed with his very public revelation on a very public forum.

“I lost my virginity to this girl named Ashley,” Jonas wrote. “You can probably just Google it . It’s pretty easy to figure out. I dated a girl named Ashley, so just google it to figure out with Ashley that is.”

Jonas and the Twilight actress dated for a year when Jonas was 20, they split up in 2011.

“It’s quite the great story because I didn’t have any condoms so I went to our drummer, Jack’s room, who was my roommate at the time and I demolished his room looking for them. Found them underneath his underwear drawer. When he came home, he thought somebody broke into his room because his whole room was demolished because I was in dire need. Needed to happen then and now. Safety first, kids,” the DNCE singer wrote.

Jonas and his brothers Nick and Kevin, who found fame performing as The Jonas Brothers, were famously chaste in their teens and each wore purity rings.

Joe and Nick later ditched their rings and both of them have spoken and sang about sex as they please.

After Nick spoke about his sex life frequently during his most recent promotional tour, it spurred New York Magazine’s The Cut to write a piece entitled: “Can Nick Jonas Chill for a Single Second?”

“We get it Nick Jonas, You’ve had sex! Big deal!” they concluded.

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