In Mike Tyson's 2013 memoir Undisputed Truth, the famed boxer gives a brutally honest retelling of his life. In one section, he talks about his highly publicized relationship with Robin Givens, sharing a story of the model's alleged involvement with Brad Pitt.

In the memoir, the now-52-year-old fighter claimed to have gone to Givens' house after their 1989 divorce, catching her and actor Pitt in the driveway—and in bed together.

On a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, Givens refuted some of Iron Mike's claims. "Pulling up in the driveway, that part is true," Givens told host Andy Cohen in the video above. "I didn’t read the book, but I was told he says he caught us in bed, which never happened. Never, ever, ever happened."

What exactly were Pitt and Givens doing in the driveway? She said that the two were "coming from like a screening or something." Pitt once made a guest appearance on her '80s sitcom Head of the Class, so it is entirely plausible the two were acquainted.

Cohen brings up Tyson's claims that the Ad Astra star exclaimed "Don’t hit me, don’t hit me," when confronted. "No," she answered. "Does that sound like Brad? I mean, Brad’s got some swag, you know what I mean?"

Tyson's short-lived union with Givens ended after she revealed she was the victim of domestic violence for months. Givens spoke to Wendy Williams about why it took her time to file for divorce, despite the multitude of threats she received. "I think sometimes as people, women—perhaps men experience the same thing—you have a hard time sticking up for yourself, but it's easier to stick up for people you love," she explained. "I remember being at our house in New Jersey in a closet off the kitchen, and we were all in the closet, four of us hiding [from Tyson]. And I remember my sister bawling saying, 'How long are you gonna put us all through this?'"