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Talia Tilley, the woman who was allegedly pistol-whipped by producer Yung Berg, has broken her silence following allegations that she tried to have him set up for a brutal home invasion.

Berg shared surveillance footage from outside of his home, which shows the men rolling up to him home, jumping his fence and later fleeing after the security alarm sounds.

"I want to respond to the allegations that are being made against me. They are completely false. At no time during the assault on me were the police ever called to his residence about any robbery or suspicious activity happening in his backyard. I have not and would never be a part of what I am being accused of. I was in fact the only person physically hurt and the only person that called the police that morning. I'm an honest, decent woman from a military family. I've always had a good character and people who know me personally would never question that. I have never threatened anyone nor committed any crime," her statement obtained by The Blast reads.

She revealed that the police are now investigating the incident and that she is being represented by Lisa Bloom.

"I can't describe the amount of physical and emotional pain that I am suffering from, the embarrassment of everything being said against me, most of all the false accusations. My life has been turned upside down. I've also lost my means of earning a living as a model, and my credibility in this industry has been stained," Tilley added.

Berg issued the following statement last week below.