The Kills' Alison Mosshart responds to Jack White brawl rumours

'This rumour is particularly grotesque,' she says

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The Kills' frontwoman Alison Mosshart has issued a statement regarding tabloid rumours that she and Jack White recently engaged in a fist fight while drinking in a New York bar.

According to Mosshart, she and The White Stripes man, with whom she's collaborating in the new band The Dead Weather, did no such thing.

"I don't usually bother responding to ridiculous fabricated tabloid rumours, but this one is particularly grotesque," she said. "The stories circulating from a UK tabloid of a 'fist fight', or Jack punching me, or the two of us 'being at each others throats' are untrue.

"I'm just wrapping up a tour with The Kills and then I'll be back with The Dead Weather for the release of the album and a tour. It's a really great group of people to work with and I can't wait for everyone to hear the album."

The Dead Weather are set to kick off their North American summer in Louisville, Kentucky on June 11.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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