The make-up artist Strictly Come Dancing recently returned from a prolonged and sun-drenched stay in Los Angeles, California.
Lisa Armstrong, 41, suffered an amazing transformation from brunette to blonde on the trip, which followed her separation from her 12-year-old husband, Ant McPartlin, 42.
Earlier this week, Lisa shared a happy reunion with her "baby" Hurley, the chocolate farmer she shares with her estranged wife.
In the midst of his return to England, the column of The Sun's Bizarre reported that Armstrong has "met in secret" with the lead divorce lawyer, Ayesha Vardag, who has been dubbed the "Divorce Diva."
According to the publication, Lisa contacted the esteemed legal eagle to "start negotiations" on Ant's £ 62 million fortune.
This morning, the makeup artist took to Twitter and closed the reports.
In a post shared with her 135k followers, Lisa shared an image of the title of the article.
Next to the screenshot, he said: "Again, another LIE!"
Lisa then added a series of challenging hashtags.
She wrote: "I never met this woman", "If she hit me on the head" and "Is another apology coming in my direction?"
"Again, another lie"
Lisa Armstrong in the latest divorce reports
Offering his support, a fan replied: "How the hell do you become a bad guy in all this?
"To begin with, it's not our business, two, we love you and your work, keep smiling."
Another said: "Stay strong, try to ignore, why do not people leave this lady alone?"
While Lisa has addressed her marital problems on Twitter, Ant, who is dating the former PA of the couple Anne Marie Corbett, 42, has not made a comment since announcing the separation earlier this year.
Lisa's comments come amid confirmation that Ant will be absent from the small screen until 2019, while continuing to focus on her recovery after rehabilitation.
In a statement released through his spokesperson, Declan Donnelly's former right hand said: "My recovery is going very well.
"For that to continue, after talking to Dec and ITV, I made the decision to take the rest of the year off.
"I would like to thank both Dec and ITV for their continued support and I look forward to working again in the new year."