One Of Jay-Z’s Alleged Mistress Slams Cheating Claims, Sends Mag Cease and Desist Letter



Casey Cohen, one of the four women accused on romping with Beyonce’s husband Jay-Z, is denying any wrongdoing and is threatening with a lawsuit.

Known from Bravo’s “Princesses: Long Island,” the reality star has hired an attorney, who recently sent In Touch magazine a cease and desist letter saying Cohen and Jay Z “have never been in love or intimate” — and dismissed all the articles as “a foul and phony mistress-rumor.”

Cohen says she has met both Jay and Bey on several occasions, but only while she was on the job as a VIP hostess in New York City.

She wants Bauer Media Group, who owns In Touch, to apologize to her, Jay Z, and Beyonce, and remove all claims from the net.

Rapper Liv is the only woman out of the four, which also includes Miss Belgium Claudia Sheelen and model Shenell Scott, to make some sort of confirmation.

She wrote on Instagram:

“This mag got the story 100% correct. Jay and I met on the set of a commercial…. He fell heads over heels for me but I chose not to pursue him out of respect for Bey…. Not too many women show each other that kind of honor…. So no, I did not sleep WITH JAY Z…. But Yes, I could have #RespectMyHustle#REALwomanSHIT #lifeandstylemagazine”

The plot thickens!

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