Dan Webb has slammed allegations he cheated on ex Jessika Powers, saying he was hosting his son’s birthday party when the incident supposedly occurred.
In a filmed interview obtained exclusively by Yahoo Lifestyle Australia, the father of one strongly denies any possibility that he cheated on Jess.
“Those allegations are fabricated and false and I’ll tell you why,” he said.
“I’ve got my son every second weekend and on that weekend I held his birthday party, so I was at home with him the whole way.”
The former MAFS groom was responding to allegations made by a caller on KIIS FM’s Kyle and Jackie O show on Wednesday morning.
A woman named Hannah called in claiming she’d kissed the Dan on a night out.
“This was like two months ago,” Hannah explained, revealing at the time Dan’s friends had told her he’d been on MAFS, but given his behaviour she was under the impression he wasn’t in a relationship when he made a move on her.
“He was trying to do that and I said no and then he literally kissed me,” she said.
The woman claimed that Jess had reached to her out over Instagram with her suspicions, and that she’d come clean to the former MAFS bride.
The 35-year-old shared his disbelief that what he claims are false allegations could have been made against him.
“It just feels shocking you know these people can come out and say this stuff,” he shared.
The single dad got emotional as he reiterated that the couple’s relationship was genuine and not a ploy by the show’s producers.
“I wanted something with her,” he insisted.
“I’m not sure she can reciprocate the same answer I’ve given, but me personally, I was falling head over heels for that girl daily.”
Meanwhile Jess has made no public comment, beyond sharing a wild girls night out to her Instagram story yesterday.
Dan now expresses regret for cheating on MAFS wife Tamara Joy with Jess.
“You live and learn… I have a lot of regret for some of the decisions I’ve made,” he confesses.
“The feeling is regret about ever meeting Jess.”
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