"I was approached by Farrah Abraham to be in a 'pretend relationship' with her so that she could be on a television show," he told Starcasm in a shocking interview. "Farrah told me to lie to the network and tell them the relationship was real. I hesitated, but reluctantly went along with it initially."
In yet another bombshell interview with RadarOnline, the DJ elaborates on what he says was a completely "fake relationship."
"Farrah and I spent lots of time talking on the phone and communicating via text to come up with fake scenarios that would possibly cause difficulties in our fake relationship," he explained. "We discussed how we met, places we had been together, how we hid our relationship from the public, fights that we had been in...all of it was obviously false."
Brian did back out of his appearance on the show at the very last second, but he claims that the producers still wanted to do the show about their relationship, despite the fact that he'd told them it was a lie.
He also posted a collage of headlines about their relationship on his Instagram page with the caption, "I made the mistake of going along with this nonsense because I was blinded by the financial compensation that I would have received. Thank God that before I set out to destroy my character, neglect my morals, and ruin my reputation that I was able to see that lying is never acceptable, and my true morals came to the surface. They thought they could just buy me. #cannotbebought#notawhoreforhollywood #staytruetoyourself#couplestherapy #briandawe."
On the show, however, Farrah still seems to be going along with the whole thing, claiming that her boyfriend basically just abandoned her.
Of course, only the two of them know the REAL story, but we want to know what you think.
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