'Million Dollar Listing' Star Luis D. Ortiz Shoots Down Baby Mama's 'Harassment And Abuse' Claims Amid Explosive Custody Battle
Luis D. Ortiz is hitting back at his ex, calling himself a "saint" after she accused him of "harassment and abuse."
The Million Dollar Listing: New York star addressed the accusations for the first time to Good Day New York's Rosanna Scotto on Tuesday.
As RadarOnline.com reported, Nikita Singh -- who shares a two-year-old daughter, Leela, with Luis -- started a GoFundMe accusing the Bravo star of using his money and connections to "crush" her in their ongoing custody battle.
When asked about the latest allegations, Luis scoffed at his ex-girlfriend's claims.
"Everything that has been put online is completely untrue," he responded.
Clearly agitated by the question, Luis began listing the reasons why he hadn't yet responded to Nikita's claims. "One, I don't have to," he stated, adding, "this is the private life of my daughter" and "this is something we have to do on our own."
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Tying up his response with a pretty bow, Luis told Scotto, "I am a saint and I love my family. I've always been a family man and I will continue to do what I have to do but on my own personal time."
Luis also emphasized that he doesn't need to answer any questions about his personal life.
"That expectation is not real because I won't and I don't need to," he said. "This is my family and regardless of people wanting to know something about it everybody has their own story and I think that should always stay between the people in it."
Nikita claims she's "fighting for my basic human right to live a normal stable life with my daughter."
Luis' ex alleged the Million Dollar Listing star is spreading "false child abduction allegations" and said she's scared that her daughter "may now be forced to return to the USA."