Mia Khalifa
Mia Khalifa denied that she was kicked out of the stadium for punching a fan during a baseball game on Oct.14, 2017. Mia Khalifa

Former adult film star Mia Khalifa denied news of her getting kicked out of a baseball game between the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers after a video of her seemingly being escorted out of the stadium surfaced on social media.

According to reports, Khalifa punched a fan who tried to take a selfie with her without her permission in the jaw. Following the altercation, she was removed from the game that took place in Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, on Oct. 14.

The Twitter account Hooligan Baseball tweeted a video of Khalifa seemingly being escorted from the building just as a Dodger’s player hits a home run. The tweet said, "@miakhalifa gets kicked out of the stadium for punching a dude in the jaw who tried taking a selfie!"

However, Khalifa responded to the video in a tweet that said: “Fake news.”

Khalifa also took to Instagram recently to post a picture of herself at the game and wrote in the caption that she did not get kicked out, contesting the video once again. However, she offered no explanation about where she was going in the video.

Khalifa, who is the host of the new show “Out of Bounds”— launched on Complex’s YouTube channel to "explore the cultural impact" of sports — also addressed the incident in its first episode on Oct. 16, claiming she wasn’t removed from the stadium.

“It was fake news. I didn’t get kicked out,” she said.

She then contradicted her original remark by saying fans heard booing in the video were jeering at the security for forcing her out. "They were not booing us. They were booing security for making us leave," Khalifa said.

Co-host and former NBA star Adam Caparell who was also present at the game said about the incident that "there was an episode where a guy tried to be a little too cool" and they left the stadium on their own.

"Baseball sucks," Khalifa added.

This is not the first time the pornstar is accused of punching fans. In June, Jared, known on Twitter as @FourthTigerClaw, tweeted pictures of his encounter with Khalifa in Austin, Texas, at the Future concert at "Circuit of The Americas."

One picture showed the 20-year-old looking into the camera while standing beside an off-guard Khalifa. In the other, he attempted to show a mark her punch allegedly left.

At the time, fans came forward to defend Khalifa by sharing pictures they had taken with her and claimed she was not averse to selfies as long as they were taken with her consent.

In response to one of the tweets, Mia appeared to justify why she punched Jared.

“You were the sweetest. Thank you for asking me nicely rather than jumping in front of me while I was walking & shoving a cam in my face,” she wrote.

In another reply, she said: “If you yell degrading profanities at me for half a mile then jump in my personal space uninvited, I will defend myself.”