Here's another thing.
"We've got your back," is a far cry from, "We know you wouldn't have hit on the producer's wife."
To me, it translates into, "Wow dude, you really got nailed on national TV, and things must be pretty unpleasant with Mrs. Harrison right now, but I'm still in your corner."
Except that we know that at least one person didn't even say it. And none of them were in New Zealand anyway (except DeAnna for a day) so what's the relevance of his comment? Just to prove that he's popular with a few people who were on the show a long time ago?
Maybe because I think CH is such a tool, it clouds my judgment, but I am actually pleased when he gets caught red handed telling one of his tall tales.