Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Miles Brock has denied allegations that he attacked his ex-boyfriend, Milan Christopher. TMZ reported that Brock was arrested on Halloween over the alleged incident but the reality star has slammed the claims via Instagram, describing the reports as "gossip and slander".
According to the publication, Christopher, 29, filed a report with the NYPD on 30 October claiming he was punched in the face by Brock, 27, during an argument when they ended up at the same party. The following night, Brock reportedly tracked his former partner's location at Times Square and pointed him out to a police officer.
Brock, also known as Siir Brock, is then said to have been arrested for assault and taken into police custody on 31 October. However, Brock has taken to Instagram to shut down the allegations, telling his 105,000 followers: "Woke up this morning to more gossip, slander and lies. It's sad that there are people out there so evil and desperate for attention. I've never put my hands on anyone...unfortunately we live in a generation where people can accuse you of anything and everyone will believe it."
Christopher does not appear to have responded to the arrest and assault claims but he has been vocal on social media about Brock allegedly cheating on him, which is said to have caused their split. Christopher tweeted: "Finding out Miles was cheating on me the entire two years we was 2gether w/other man was the hardest thing ever. Luv u guys 4the support."
The break-up came as a surprise to viewers of the VH1 reality series as the couple only officially came out as a gay couple in October during the special, LHH: Out In Hip Hop. During a round of promotional interviews, the pair also revealed they were considering moving in together.
Christopher also weighed in on homophobia in hip hop, telling talk show host Wendy Williams: "I think it is definitely an issue. With Out In Hip Hop... it's going to change the climate of people trying to come out and be successful. Even with Love & Hip Hop and VH1 having us on the show is going to help change the climate so I think it's a great thing."