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Greck and Edelsten split
Geoffrey Edelsten and Gabi Grecko. Picture: Supplied

Despite yesterday telling press she had parted ways with her millionaire boyfriend Geoffrey Edelsten, Gabi Grecko says they have not broken up.

The New York model took to Twitter to set the record straight today, writing: "I over reacted yesterday I haven't parted with Geoffrey."

Less than a week after announcing plans to wed and discussing their sex life on Sydney radio, Grecko yesterday said 71-year-old Edelsten had given her her marching orders, according to the Daily Mail Australia.

The 25-year-old said Edelsten had "kicked her out on her arse" and took away her house keys.

Grecko said Edelsten had been up to his old tricks, messaging other women, including his ex-girlfriend Shirley Moore and two new girls, called Roxy and Aunt Stacey.

"Geoff has betrayed me again with another woman," she told the Daily Mail at the time.

"He has taken my keys and locked me out and is refusing to get a hotel for me.

Grecko accused Edelsten of treating her terribly and telling her to find her own way home.

"I've been nothing but forgiving but he's crossed the line so many ways," she said.

Edelsten said he would not confirm the pair had split.

He denied having locked Grecko out of his home.

"She was doing a function and she was supposed to call me and I would then go down and collect her but it didn't happen," he told the Daily Mail.

Grecko said returning to New York was on the cards and she will definitely break up with Edelsten.

She said she had been receiving messages from some of the women who had been in contact with Edelsten.

"It's been like one person every day," she said.

Grecko said a girl named Stacey said Edelsten spoils her with money and "stuff that really would push my buttons".

Meanwhile, Grecko came under fire yet again this week for an insensitive publicity stunt that saw her publicly release balloons for the victims of MH17 while posing for photos and alerting news outlets.

Outraged social media users slammed the act of shameless self-promotion and told Grecko the incident was not about her.

The West Australian

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