The former professional boxer, 41, posted a photo on Instagram Stories from Notting Hill Carnival on Monday of his girlfriend Sian Osborne, 20, posing with a model called Danielle.
“My girls,” he wrote across the image as he thanked It Wasn’t Me singer Shaggy, who was performing at Carnival, for partying with the pair.
“Big bro @DiRealShaggy Thanks for taking care of my girls. They had a great time! I owe you one!!!” the athlete, who was competitively known as The Hayemaker, penned.
Osborne also reposted a copy of the photo shared by Danielle, who has worked as a model for Canadian fashion brand LANGsura.
The Standard has contacted a representative for David Haye for comment.
The mum-of-two has since outright denied being in a three-way relationship, claiming she was “hoodwinked” and that she was only dating Haye – but that he was also dating Osborne.
Opening up to Vogue Williams and Joanne McNally on their My Therapy Ghosted Me podcast, she insisted that it was Haye who was pushing the “throuple” narrative.
Healy said: “Dating HIM is the right term because that’s how it was, it wasn’t a throuple. We had a lovely relationship.”
Revealing that they had met on the dating app Raya, she continued: “I straight out asked him [David] ‘what are you looking for?’ because I did a Google and thought ‘I’m probably going straight from the frying pan to the fire with this one because he did exactly to his wife what my ex husband [Ben Foden] did to me.’ I didn’t like that.”
She explained that Haye told her that he “doesn’t believe that the traditional relationship exists any more” so she decided to not make things romantic between the pair, but their affections grew after they continued speaking, and they entered into a casually romantic relationship.
He then admitted to her that his on-off girlfriend Osborne was still in his life and that he “wanted them to meet” as they were both very “special” to him.
She decided to meet Osborne to make it clear to the public that Haye wasn’t cheating on Osborne with her, saying it was better to appear as “a happy family” and that it wasn’t anything “sinister”.
However, that’s when she claims that things began to snowball and whispers that they were in a “throuple” began to swirl.
She said: “He [David] doesn’t label, he’s never called her [Sian] his girlfriend, he’s open, polyamorous.
“So I did meet her and she was a really nice girl but there was nothing going on there so it wasn’t a throuple. I wasn’t romantic with her, I don’t really know her.”
In another interview, she described what happened over the next six months as the “worst of my life you know”.
Healy said she wished she had spoken out against the claims earlier than she did but thought it would all blow over if she ignored it.
Adding to The Sunday Times: “I just want it to be over and put it all behind me.”