Katie Price's fiancé Carl Woods has posted a video to social media insisting that he would "never" hurt her, describing himself as "a good fella".
In the early hours of August 23 Price was taken to hospital for facial injuries, telling police that she had been punched in an "unprovoked" attack.
A man in his 30s, who has not been named for legal reasons, was arrested on suspicion of assault and remains out on bail pending further investigations.
Woods has previously released a statement denying that he had ever hit Price and in a new two-minute video on Instagram, he warned his critics that they will be left ashamed when "the truth" comes out.
"I've not been on Instagram for a long, long time. Let me tell you this past month has been one of the roughest of my life," he said.
"I had to go into hiding and shut down. If I wasn't a stronger person in the head it would absolutely have defeated me.
"So everyone who abused me and everyone said vile things about me, just because of what they read in the paper and how the paper decide to make it look like for their own stories.
"Everyone just remember who I am and all the things I did at the start when I first came onto the scene, that's all I can say.
"I'm a good fella. I've always been a good fella and always will be a good fella.
"Anyone who thinks anything different of me, when you know the truth and I'm allowed to tell the truth, you'll be eating your words.
"I just hope everyone who had the balls to abuse me has the balls to say sorry. That is what I ask because I've screenshotted every single one of you.
"And finally just as I said in my story last time, I come under so much speculation and so much vile abuse because of how the media was played.
"I have never and would never, ever do a thing to hurt Katie, never."
Price herself has recently denied reports that she and Woods have split up.