The controversy surrounding Amber Rose continues.
In recent weeks, the former stripper-turned-socialite has been making her rounds, promoting a new Wiz Khalifa-assisted single and an upcoming movie role ... but has also come out making claims that Kim Kardashian was the contributing factor to her break-up with Kanye West.
Rose's former publicist has come forward making his own set of claims, though, which contradict her story.
Her former publicist, Janero Marchand, recently spoke to TheYBF.com, saying that Kim didn't break her and Kanye up, but instead, Amber did ... with her infidelity and thieving ways.
He claims to have been the person that initially introduced Rose to Kanye, who went on to hire her to star in a music video to his song, "Robocop." However, she tried to steal his commission and lie about it.
And ... that's just the tip of the iceberg of what he had to say.
"I was the person who introduced Kanye West and Amber Rose. Amber wanted me to lie to Kanye when he asked me about her stealing. My integrity and morals I was raised on would not allow me to do something like that," Marchand said. "I just want the public to know that I am a man that conducts my business with integrity and morals. And, I support my clients 100% until they do something that is unethical or unlawful business wise. I never had intentions to speak on this subject, but seeing Amber being dishonest to the media about the reason she and Kanye broke up was the last straw.
"Kanye is a good person. He helped book my first two music videos, and if it wasn't for him co-signing Amber, she would not be in the position she is in today," he continued.
According to Marchand, Rose allowed the appeal of money and fame get in the way of self-respect and diginity ... and for this reason, Kanye broke up with her, among other things.
"Amber Rose allowed fame, money, and greed to get in the way of her self respect, dignity, and morals. Kim Kardashian did not break up their relationship, Amber did," he said. "Amber's lack of gratitude and disrespect for the people who paved the way for her is unconscionable and repugnant."
He claims Rose got paid $100,000 for her appearance in Kanye's "Robocop," and after got paid, tried to lie about it in an attempt to cut him out.
Marchand uses this as one example of the model's stealing ways, in addition to trying to steal from Kanye too.
"That 'Robocop' video was set to really break Amber's career and make her a movie star since 90% of the video was centered around her. It was a $1 mill budget video, one of Kanye's most expensive videos," Marchand explains. "Amber got paid $100,000 for it and I was suppose to get 20% of that, but she had the people pay her directly and try and cut me out of the equation with hopes I never found out. I knew the guy who paid her for the video and he later told me about it. And when I asked her about the money, she was caught off guard that I knew she already got paid. And told me she only got $10,000, but didn't know I saw the receipt of how much she got paid. So that ended our business relationship indefinitely."
And as for the reason why "Robocop" was never released, Marchand claims Kanye shelved it because he caught Amber cheating.
"It was put on hold and never released after Kanye caught Amber cheating. Kanye to this day thanked me for my honesty," Marchand claims. "Once I told Kanye the truth, he later caught Amber red handed when she accidentally called an ex of hers with him on the phone. He wrote a song about it called 'Blame Game'."
At press time, Rose has not addressed the claims.
According to TheYBF.com, Marchand is prepring the release of a new documentary, titled "The Michael Jordan of Models: This Is Janero," set to drop in February.
In it, he will discuss the Amber/Kanye story in detail.