After the photos and NSFW text messages claiming to be from Tyga were released on a website, Tyga's lawyer did not deny that the pics were of the rapper, but he did tell TMZ that he believes the person Tyga did send them to betrayed him and used them to manufacture a fake story.
"The allegations are false and socially irresponsible during a time when many Americans are celebrating equality," he added.
And Tyga is sticking to his story - so much so that he's going to great lengths to find out how the pictures did make their way to the media. The 25-year-old's legal team tells the site that they notified the FBI this morning about the situation and they're determined to catch the culprit.
They're trying to trace the email that was sent to the blog who published the story, as well as other media outlets it was sent to. In addition, Mia Isabella's rep says that she had nothing to do with the photos and texts being sent to the media and is willing to cooperate with Tyga and the FBI to help catch whoever it was.