The singer brushed it off calling the student’s claim as simple attention-seeking.
TMZ caught up with the singer at the LAX airport and asked for his own side of the story.
The 'Adorn' crooner brushed it off calling the student’s claim as simple attention-seeking.
"I think we’re just in a time where people are really looking for attention in the wrong ways," he said. Adding, "It’s kind of sad actually. You’ve always got to be more aware of how things can be and how things can be spun. It’s a crazy time."
Recall that the lady with the Instagram handle @Xian.bass narrated how the singer had groped her without her consent after taking a picture with him at a club.
"He reaches his hand down my shirt and takes my breast out of my top. It was so sudden," she said in the video.
When news of the story broke out, Miguel’s girlfriend, Nazanin, came to his defence saying, "Why respond to clown foolery? That’s what she wants."
Will there be a lawsuit this time?