Natalie Portman denies relationship with ‘creepy’ Moby

Natalie Portman has recently spoken out against Moby’s account of their relationship in his new memoir, “Then It Fell Apart”, calling it “very disturbing” and disputing the musician’s claims that they had dated in the past.

In the book, Moby, who is now 53 years old, writes that he and Portman had a romantic relationship when she was 20 and he was 33.

He describes going to parties with her in New York and visiting her at Harvard University, where they allegedly “kissed under the centuries-old oak trees” and spent the night together in her dorm room.

However, Portman has come forward to refute Moby’s account of their relationship, stating that she was a teenager at the time and that his portrayal of their interaction is inaccurate.

In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she stated, “I was surprised to hear that he characterized the very short time that I knew him as dating because my recollection is a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school.”

She went on to say that she was 18 years old at the time of their first meeting and that Moby’s claim that she was 20 is false.

Furthermore, Portman expressed disappointment that Moby had used their relationship to sell his book and that neither he nor his publisher had made any effort to fact-check the information before publication.

“I would have liked him or his publisher to reach out to fact-check,” she said.

In response to Portman’s statements, Moby took to Instagram to share a photo of the two of them together and wrote, “I like Natalie and I respect her intelligence and activism. But, to be honest, I can’t figure out why she would actively misrepresent the truth about our (albeit brief) involvement.”

He went on to argue that his account of their relationship in the book is “accurate, with lots of corroborating photo evidence, etc.”

It should be noted that this is not the first time that Moby has come under fire for his account of past relationships.

In his previous memoir, “Porcelain”, he writes about a number of encounters with various celebrities, including Bono, David Bowie, and Russell Crowe, as well as a story about touching his naked penis against Donald Trump as a dare at a party.

He also writes about working with and “trying to date” Lizzy Grant, who later became the pop star Lana Del Rey.

In the end, it is up to the reader to decide who to believe in this dispute between Moby and Natalie Portman.

The musician maintains that his account of their relationship is accurate, while Portman disputes his version of events and finds it “very disturbing” that it was used to sell his book.