GSP: ‘I’m not a dad, I’m not in rehab and my father is not dying’

Georges St-Pierre responded to allegations from TMZ on video Wednesday.

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There’s no baby mama.

That’€™s what Georges St-Pierre told TMZ when confronted by a man with a camera at LAX Wednesday.

"I’m not a dad, I’m not in rehab and my father is not dying," St-Pierre said.

TMZ reported Monday, two days after GSP said he was going to take a leave of absence from the UFC, that the welterweight champion wanted time off to deal with a girl he got pregnant and the terminal illness of his dad. The story stated that St-Pierre didn’t want the woman to keep the baby.

On Wednesday, GSP said his father is "happy, in good shape" and that he hasn’€™t knocked up anyone.

"No, I’m by myself," St-Pierre said with a smile. "Alone. Having a good life."

GSP says he still plans on taking some time off, but will get back to training when he returns to Montreal — "for myself," he said.

St-Pierre also shot down steroid rumors and inquiries about needing to get a new manager. His former manager Shari Spencer is suing him in a lawsuit that could be worth millions, as reported by FOXSports.com’s Damon Martin.

Meanwhile, UFC president Dana White told the Los Angeles Times that he’€™ll have a rematch booked between St-Pierre and Johny Hendricks following the controversial UFC 167 win for GSP "€œwithin a couple weeks."