In her post, the comedienne said she decided to leave his name out because she "didn't want to hurt him, start a war, press charges, be interrogated or harassed by him or his friends and family."
However, her alleged abuser's name was ultimately identified by the funny lady's friends as Cale Hartmann.
And on Wednesday, the comic decided to share his side of the story in a long Facebook post, writing:
"I was incredibly hurt to see my ex-girlfriend had made public accusations across all of her social media platforms that tell a story so far beyond the truth. The severity of her accusations are false and extremely harmful. I'm not sure she realizes the irreparable harm of her actions."
The actor claimed that the internet users who have attacked him for these accusations don't actually know the truth, and have no proof that he did was his former flame says he did: