T.J. Miller and his wife Kate Miller are putting up a united front as the “Deadpool” actor faces sexual assault allegations that stem back to his college days. The couple, who married in September 2015, released a statement together to deny all accusations.

“[The victim] began again to circulate rumors online once [my and Kate’s] relationship became public. Sadly she is now using the current climate to bandwagon and launch these false accusations again,” the Millers wrote in a statement to the Daily Beast. “It is unfortunate that she is choosing this route as it undermines the important movement to make women feel safe coming forward about legitimate claims against real known predators.”

Kate Miller (née Gourney) is an artist. She voiced a character in the animated flick “The Emoji Movie” alongside her husband, and she sometimes performs as his opening act on standup tours. Miller’s website Rose Petal Pistol shows that she participates in all types of art. The former ballerina models, acts and writes poetry.

According to Town and Country, Kate and T.J. met while attending George Washington University. They were both in a production of “A Chorus Line” together. The victim alleges that T.J. assaulted her during his time at the college, which Miller graduated from in 2003.

The anonymous accuser told the Daily Beast that Miller did things during sex that she didn’t consent to, including choking, punching and violently shaking her. She claims that the former “Silicon Valley” star penetrated her anally, during which she said “no,” and also penetrated her with a beer bottle without consent.

The woman decided to let the university’s “student court” handle the accusations. Friends of both the accuser and T.J. testified. The university didn’t comment on the outcome. Miller graduated in 2003 while his victim was auditing classes.

The Millers believe the victim is coming forward out of spite. “We met this woman over a decade ago while studying together in college, she attempted to break us up back then by plotting for over a year before making contradictory claims and accusations,” the Millers added in their statement.

“She was asked to leave our university comedy group because of worrisome and disturbing behavior, which angered her immensely, she then became fixated on our relationship, and began telling people around campus ‘I’m going to destroy them’ and ‘I’m going to ruin him,’” the couple claims.

See their full statement in Kate’s tweet below: 

The victim says she did not want to ruin T.J.’s life, and that’s why she never went to the police. However, the recent #MeToo movement and the increasing number of women in Hollywood coming forward about men who have sexually assaulted them made her realize that she should come forward publicly.