Supermodel Lima’s Turkish boyfriend Hara denies break-up

Supermodel Lima’s Turkish boyfriend Hara denies break-up

Supermodel Lima’s Turkish boyfriend Hara denies break-up

Former Victoria’s Secret top model Adriana Lima’s boyfriend, Turkish writer and self-styled new age “guru” Metin Hara denied break-up rumors over social media on Dec. 27.

Hara also denied having said he was a scientist, adding that he was still in the United States.

“I am in the U.S. now. The time is 5:00 a.m. I am working on a ‘wellness’ project. How could I have given a statement on something that is not true? There is no break-up, so there is no statement. There was never [a break-up] to begin with. At the moment, the happiness of two beautiful little girls and the person I have shared my life with are more important to me than anything. I sadly wish to convey that I will take legal precautions against delusive claims about me,” he wrote in a post on his Instagram account.

“I am a scientist, not a celebrity,” Hara had allegedly responded angrily to the question of whether they were still together.

Rumors have arisen over the relationship between Lima and Hara, after Lima had previously unfollowed him on Instagram. Despite unfollowing Hara, Lima has not deleted photos of the two taken together on her account.

Hara and Lima have been together since they were seen kissing passionately at the Istanbul Atatürk International Airport on July 10.

They had later confirmed their love affair after holidaying together in Bodrum. The couple also went to Miami for a romantic trip in October.

Hara, 35, has written a number of books on self-improvement and positive energy. He published his debut book “Path” in 2014, which was followed by a trilogy called “Invasion of Love.” The book became a bestseller within three months in Turkey and sold over 100,000 copies.

His book had been translated into English shortly before his relationship with the Brazilian supermodel began.

Some have claimed the Lima-Hara relationship is a publicity stunt. Hürriyet columnist Cengiz Semercioğlu suggested the relationship was fabricated in order to promote Hara’s book in English.

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