Star busted on CCTV cheating on girlfriend
THE girlfriend of Chainsmokers star Alex Pall has accused him of cheating after posting CCTV footage that appears to show the DJ kissing other women.
Attempting to out the musician on social media, Tori Woodward shared a series of clips on Instagram stories, one of which seemed to show the star grab a blonde's bum while locked in a steamy embrace.
Another clip appeared to show Pall kissing the same mystery girl up against a tree.
"Men are trash. Don't ever forget it" she wrote.
Both clips have since been removed by Instagram for breaching "community guidelines".
Screenshotting Instagram's "Your post has been removed" notice, Woodward slammed: "Taking it like a man."
Woodward - who had been dating Pall for four years - then claimed the chart-topper later confessed to cheating on her with more than one woman.
She ranted in a follow-up post: "After hours of begging him for scraps of honesty I chipped away just enough to confirm that this is not the first time he's remorsely (sic) cheated on me.
"That "psycho b**ch" from Vegas, the "lame Instagram model" caught on video and countless others he looked me in the eyes and swore on his life he never touched."
She added: "Consistent outright denial faded to him explaining that because all men do it it's not that bad and, in different words, that because he's famous now he has a different rule book for decency," before claiming that Pall hadn't even apologised.
The model alleged that the musician begged her not to take his supposed cheating public, telling her "you're better than this".
But Woodward insisted she wasn't buying it, raging: "That's right I am, but you're not and if there was ever a time to hold powerful men accountable for their disgusting behaviour it's now."
Pall forms Chainsmokers with pal Andrew Taggert, with the duo rocketing to fame after releasing infectious 2014 hit #SELFIE.
They later achieved their first US Billboard number 1 with single Closer, before teaming up with Coldplay on multi-platinum selling track Something Just Like This.
The duo placed third on Forbes' list of the World's Highest Paid DJs in June, with the pair earning $48 million in the 12 months prior.
This story originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.