Kanye West denies cheating on pregnant girlfriend Kim Kardashian

London, June 13 (ANI): Kanye West has rubbished reports of him cheating on his pregnant girlfriend Kim Kardashian with a Canadian model/bartender.

He told the TMZ.com that the woman, who accused him of being unfaithful to Kardashian is just doing it for some easy publicity.

24-year-old Leyla Ghobadi recently told in an interview that she met West at one of his gigs in July 2012 - three months after the couple started their relationship.

She said that West's security picked her out of the crowd and they went for drinks later.

She also alleged that she and West engaged in two sexual encounters one of them was when Kim was pregnant.

She also said that West confessed that his relationship to Kardashian was a sham, which was done in order to increase his fan base.

However, a rep for West said that the attack on West and his family is totally without merit.

The rep said that this is another in a series of malicious stories that have been drummed up by non-credible news sources.

The rep added that this is a sad attempt to hurt two people, who are trying to live their lives. (ANI)

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