Dog fight is revenge for breakup after ex ‘couldn’t get it up’: Conrad’s daughter By Julia Marsh April 7, 2015 | 2:42am Chelsea Conrad outside New York State Supreme Civil Courthouse. Photo: Stefan Jeremiah Actor Robert Conrad’s daughter claimed in a Manhattan court Monday that her ex-boyfriend launched a canine-custody battle against her — in retaliation for his own failures in the bedroom. Chelsea Conrad, whose late father starred in the 1960s TV series “The Wild Wild West,” says in court papers that she broke it off with Noah Szubski, an exec for the ********** Online, when their relationship went limp. So now, she adds, he’s demanding full custody their Doberman pinscher, Cash, out of spite. He currently has temporary custody, with Conrad granted visitation rights. Szubski “was unable to achieve and maintain an erection, so [Conrad] and [he] were only intimate about four times per year for three years,” she says in an affidavit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court Monday. The 28-year-old FIT student says she “tried to address the sensitive issue as gently and delicately as possible,” but her 32-year-old beau just offered a flaccid excuse. Modal Trigger Cash, the Doberman Pinscher at the center of a bitter custody battle.Photo: David McGlynn He told Conrad “it was ‘not her problem,’ placing her in a position where she was both unfulfilled sexually and powerless to do anything about it,” the statement says. Szubski even refused to engage “in alternative forms of intimacy, such as deep kissing or oral sex,” the papers say. Still, Szubski, a former Playboy staffer, flirted with women online, she alleged. While they were vacationing in London, Conrad found on their shared iPad that Szubski had corresponded with “two amateur models.” “The women were winners of a Playboy-sponsored competition whom [Szubski] presumably met working for that company. Included was a screenshot of topless, thong-clad women and [Szubski’s] comment ‘this made my week,’ ” Conrad says in the statement. She also claims to have caught him flirting on Facebook with the winner of a “Kim Kardashian look-a-like contest.” Szubski confirms his tumescence troubles in an e-mail sent to Conrad days after she moved out of his Chelsea town house last October. Addressed “To the bunniest of buns,” the note says, “I have ordered drugs to help my libido and will take them regularly,” and, “I have ordered natural/herbal testosterone supplements.” Szubski’s lawyer, Stephen Silberfein, called Conrad’s allegations “character assassination” meant to “embarrass and harass” his client.