Falstar appeared on the podcast “unWineWithTashaK” over the weekend and claimed he and Hunter, who is going through divorce proceedings with estranged wife Wendy Williams, carried on a sexual relationship throughout 2018. Falstar, whose real name is Aveon Williams, explained his musical talents caught the attention of a producer for “The Wendy Williams Show,” who invited him to perform during the show’s warm-up. Hunter, however, wasn’t immediately sold on Falstar, but Falstar explained it was Hunter’s alleged mistress, Sharina Hudson, who convinced Hunter to sign Falstar to his label.
Eventually, Falstar claimed, their business relationship turned sexual. Hunter allegedly moved Falstar into his Fort Lee, NJ, condo where he treated him as a “boy toy.”
“It wasn’t a sexual relationship. It was much more of an abusement relationship,” Falstar said on the podcast. “It was much more of a put me down and keep me as your boy toy relationship. We did [have sex] … He came over and practically raped me at 3 o’clock in the morning.”
Falstar, who ultimately changed his stage name to PM at the behest of Hunter, also claimed he and his law firm sent a “pre-suit” demand letter that was ignored. He said the demand letter addresses sexual assault and sexual humiliation at the hands of Hunter and asked for an undisclosed amount of money.
Hunter didn’t respond or acknowledge the claims made on the podcast over the weekend, but now a legal representative for Hunter told Page Six exclusively that Falstar’s claims are untrue.
“The claims levied by Mr. Aveon Williams against Mr. Kevin Hunter are baseless and are completely false,” the legal rep said. “Mr. Williams’ actions are a part of an elaborate scheme to extort money from Mr. Hunter and is nothing more than an attempt to shake him down for financial gain.”
“This office did not offer to settle this matter for any amount nor did we counter their offer as, in accordance with our own independent investigation of these claims, we determined that Mr. Williams’ claims were without merit and we will not allow our client to be extorted by Mr. Williams,” the statement continued. “Mr. Hunter denies Mr. Williams’ claims in the entirety and it further saddens us that Mr. Williams is essentially making light of crimes involving sexual battery by levying these false claims, which a great disservice to those individuals who have actually been the victim of these types of heinous crimes.”
Williams hasn’t publicly addressed the rumors surrounding Hunter and Falstar, but on Monday she did open up about her divorce and her plans to move out of her sober-living facility.
“Everybody has things in their life that they’re embarrassed to share with the world, or they’re frightened to share with the world, or they’re not ready to share with the world and addressing my sobriety, my addiction, head on has really helped me sort out every single compartment of my life.”