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Josh Seiter Denies Dating Monica Beverly Hillz & Faking His Own Death

Josh Seiter Denies Dating Monica Beverly Hillz & Faking His Own Death

Josh Seiter; Monica Beverly Hillz
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“That’s not my ex,” Josh Seiter said of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 8 star Monica Beverly Hillz.

On Wednesday, August 30, The Bachelorette alum Josh Seiter spoke to Out's sister publication The Advocate about what happened regarding his Instagram allegedly being hacked and a post about Seiter’s death being shared by this supposed hacker.

One of Seiter’s standout quotes in the interview included his denial that he ever dated RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 8 star Monica Beverly Hillz. On August 10, Seiter and Hillz went Instagram official about their relationship with several posts, pictures, and captions referring to each other as partners. Hillz also confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that their relationship was official.

“That’s not my ex,” he told The Advocate, though, contradicting those previous reports and developments. “I hung out with them three times, and I’ve had more physical contact with my mother than I did with them.” (Even though Seiter referred to Hillz by them pronouns, Hillz is a trans woman who goes by she/her pronouns.)

As far as Hillz is concerned, however, she does believe that Seiter faked his own death for clout.

“I can’t help but think that he was able to pull this stunt as a cisgender white man – acting like he was dead – when so many of my sisters and trans women of color have been brutally murdered this year and the same love and support isn’t show to them,” she wrote in an Instagram post with the title “Not My Sh*t.”

As far as explaining what happened to his Instagram account while it was allegedly hacked, Seiter offered a few different answers to The Advocate.

First, the reality TV star said that he relied on “some friends of mine that are a little more technologically savvy” in order to regain access to his account. But later in the interview, Seiter then mentioned relying on a “family member who is fairly high up and worked in Silicon Valley and knows how to do computer programming and things like that.”

When asked to provide contact information to any of those friends, or that family member, Seiter denied giving out their emails or phone numbers. “I’m not in the business of giving out people’s personal information. Not everyone likes talking to journalists,” he said.

Seiter also rejected the notion that he could’ve texted or called friends, emailed media outlets, or reached out to people in any other way to prove that he was alive as soon as the post about his death was shared. He still appears to have an active OnlyFans account as well, so reaching out to his subscribers on the platform would’ve also been an option.

“It’s so easy for people to opine what they think other people should do in certain situations that they themselves would never find themselves in,” he noted. “So it’s easy to criticize and easy to say, ‘Oh, I would have done this, or I would have done that.’”

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