Cole Sprouse Said He Loses His Virginity At Age 14: “I Hadn’t Made It special At All”
Cole Sprouse Claimed In An Interview Saying He Lost His Virginity At The Age Of 14 And Also Stated That His Brother Dylan Sprouse Would Never Let Him Foregte The Incident By Teasing Him.
The 30-Year-old actor sat down for a conversation on the famous podcast Call Her Daddy on the March 8 Episode, where he recalls the memory of his childhood which he regrets the most. The actor says
“I was 14 when I lost my virginity, so this is still bowl-cut guy,”
The Riverdale actor continued
“I was on a family trip in Florida, and I met this girl who was older, so that’s already dubious. The first night we kind of made out, the second night—this makes me nervous, it’s so cringey—I, like, knocked on her hotel door.”
Cole Sprouse feels embarrassed and also a little regrets about his immature moment. He also stated that his brother Dylan Sprouse would never let him forget that moment as he was also there with him on a family vacation.
“I looked at her, and I was like, ‘So, are you like DTF?'” he revealed. “She goes, ‘What?’ And I go, ‘You know, down to f–k?’ I was 14.”
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After the girl responds “Sure”, he orders his twin brother and his friend Charlie, who was also with them on the vacation trip, to vacate the room and send them outside while saying he has taken a girl into their shared room. Sprouse explained
“We were all staying in the same hotel room because we were f–king 14. I was like, ‘Dude, you gotta get out of the room, man. I’ve got a girl coming over.”
However, his brother was a little angry after he sends them out and brought the girl into the room. He said that the incident brought up little issues between him and his brother.
“We pass each other, my brother looks at me and goes, ‘What the f–k are we supposed to do?’ I looked at him, and I said another line that he’s never forgiven me for. I was like, ‘I dunno, go play chess or something.'”
The former child actor who has played the role of Ben Geller in the Sitcom FRIENDS added,
“And the event itself ended up being a bit anticlimactic. Cole said he “lasted about 20 seconds,” and ultimately “ended up regretting that experience a little bit because I hadn’t made it special at all.”
Sprouse expresses that even though it was very immature and regretful, he had learned a valuable lesson from the incident. Since then he has never been a fan of fooling around, Suite Life of Zack & Cody alum claimed in the interview.
“After that, I became truly a serial monogamist. I went from long-term relationship to long-term relationship.”