Controversial make-up vlogger Jeffree Star accuses ‘lowlife scum’ boyfriend Andre Marhold of robbing him

Jeffree Star (L) and André Marhold. (Instagram)

Jeffree Star, the controversial make-up vlogger still dogged by accusations of racism, has alleged that his boyfriend Andre Marhold robbed him and is now ignoring his calls.

Dubbing the basketball player “lowlife scum”, the YouTube star said in since-deleted comments screenshot by Hip Magazine that he has tried to reach out to him but has encountered radio silence.

The couple went public about their relationship in August – an announcement that came in the upshot of being dropped cosmetics company Morphe after being embroiled in claims of racism.

In the comment, Star allegedly wrote: “Hey! Since you can’t answer the phone right now, can you give me all the stuff back that you stole from my house?

“What kind of lowlife f**king scum does that? Give it back!

“If you need a return label, just ask.”

While the claim is no longer visible on Marhold’s Instagram page, neither have made any direct comments on the alleged incident since.

Star has gone onto upload video footage of himself opening-up luxurious Louis Vuitton packages and saying that he was “good”.

The pair first sparked rumours of romance in August, when Star uploaded a photograph of himself sitting on the NBA player’s lap. His face couldn’t be seen, but his tattoos were quickly identified by fans as Marhold’s.

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Jeffree Star said there were ‘no excuses’ for his past behaviour, but doesn’t quite own up to them.

After a month of silence in July, Star waded into the ongoing saga which had seized the vlogger scene at the time – a slew of accusations that he is “racist” that led to Morphe dropping him – in a YouTube video.

Star did not directly address the claims, instead urging viewers to direct their energies into lobbying for justice for Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency medical technician from Louisville, Kentucky.

Taylor was tragically killed by police officers during a botched nighttime raid. Months on, and protests erupted after a grand jury in September did not charge any of the police officers with her killing.

Star said: “Whatever narrative anyone tries to spin of me, I am so fucking proud to own an inclusive make-up company.

“Since I opened my doors in 2014, I have created products for everyone.”