Update (July 13, 10:30 p.m. EST):

A$AP Bari has responded to the sexual assault allegations in a statement to Billboard: "A misleading video clip featuring adult content and activity has been released to the public without my knowledge or consent. Comments about myself or anyone being detained or arrested are false. We have resolved this issue amicably among all parties as adults. We were friends before this and will remain friends afterwards. Being raised by strong women who taught me to respect everyone, I’m disappointed in the situation as well as myself and will reflect on the situation appropriately."

Original Story:

This week (July 12), a video, which has since been deleted, surfaced online, which showed a man who resembles A$AP Bari appearing to tell an unidentified woman to perform oral sex on him. In the now-deleted video, which was allegedly posted to the Instagram story of @SoledOut and reposted to Reddit, the woman is seen hiding her face under the covers of a hotel bedroom.

The man, who looks like the A$AP Mob co-founder, proceeds to take off the covers, to show the woman completely nude, while stating, "You fucked my assistant, now you're going to suck my dick." The woman gets out of the bed, crying, and walks into another room where she can be heard saying, "Stop it, Bari. Stop it.... honestly." The man who resembles Bari is then seen slapping her on the buttocks before the video is cut off.

The video was also captioned with "what that mouth do bitch" when it was allegedly posted to the @SoledOut Instagram story.

There is no confirmation that the man in the video is Bari, but Twitter user @chasinfoodstmps claimed she is the woman in the video, and said that the VLONE figurehead was apprehended by U.K. police forces and is still being held. She also went on to tweet that she was "forced into bed by Bari and his crew" and that the A$AP Mob member allegedly got upset because she would not engage in any sexual acts.

A few days ago, there was a photo of Bari with friends at the Wireless Festival in the United Kingdom, where he appears to be wearing the same red Supreme sweater and ripped denim shorts as the man in the video.

Bari allegedly responded to the video after it went viral in a series of deleted tweets, where he claimed that the video was fake.

There's no word on whether Bari is actually being held by authorities for the alleged incident, or if any charges have been filed against him, but we'll keep you updated.

See the deleted tweets from the alleged woman in the video, as well as Bari's response, below.

A$AP Bari Accused of Alleged Sexual Assault After Video Surfaces

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