Former UFC fighter Rony Jason was recently caught on video allegedly assaulting a woman, who later turned out to be his sister.
Despite there being video proof, the fighter says that he didn’t do it and nobody has the pictures to prove otherwise.
"I didn’t assault my sister,” Jason wrote in response to comments on his Instagram page. "Where’s the photo of the assault? There is no (photo) because there was no (assault). She came to attack me, ‘her history in the city’, I pushed her and she went down, I decided to get it off my chest because I’m the youngest son of the family and I support my two siblings who never worked, and her with two kids."
Since the incident took place, the fighter has had his Instagram setting changed to private.
Jason even goes as far as to say the whole situation was his sisters fault and that he (along with his mother) has been supporting her for awhile now.
"I’m not and never was aggressive,” he wrote. "I didn’t assault my sister and that didn’t even cross my mind, but constant dripping wears away the stone. She said in comments and in reports that she came to 'teach me a moral lesson’, but you have to have moral to begin with. She’s almost 40 with two kids, supported her entire life by her mother and by me. Anyway, I’m not in favor of aggression, who knows me know I was never in favor of it. But let’s move on with life because God gives the worst missions to his best soldiers. Nothing is in vain."
The Brazilian fighter was cut by the UFC earlier this year after a loss to Jeremy Kennedy at UFC Fight Night 106.