Natalia Kills has now responded to her and her husband's dismissal as judges on the X Factor New Zealand, claiming that "there are many sides to this story" despite what people now believe.
Sacked from the show along with husband Willy Moon, she has been accused of "bullying" contestant Joe Irvine during the first live show of the series in comments which were described as "completely unacceptable" by the broadcaster TV3.
In a new video posted on MTV Australia, Kills has denied that the whole thing was a publicity stunt and dismissed conspiracy theories, saying: "I feel like everyone needs to put the idea of it being a manufactured conspiracy theory behind them, there's really nothing to it.
"I love my husband with all of my heart, we'll stick together no matter what.
"There are many sides to this story and I am not about to get an entire industry in trouble that has been going on for years and years entertaining the masses, so thank you absolutely everyone for your support. Thank you to all of my fans. Thank you to my husband.
"I would like to wish Joe Irvine and my boys category all the best on the show."
Comments from current X Factor NZ judge Stan Walker have been revealed earlier this week, in which he said Kills achieved "what she wanted to" after gaining global attention following her outburst and sacking.
Kills and Moon have since left New Zealand and are currently residing in Los Angeles.