Blake Shelton is no stranger to a tabloid story being written about him, but when it's downright false, according to him, you better be prepared to feel the wrath of the singer.
The "Gonna" singer filed a sworn declaration in his lawsuit against In Touch, which claimed he went to rehab after hitting "rock bottom" on a Sept. 28 cover.
Blake, though, says he has never been to rehab and says that In Touch's claim that he had been seeking treatment almost ruined his career.
In the court documents, obtained by TMZ, Blake lists a multitude of things that the tabloid got wrong.
"I have never been to rehab," he said, adding, "I did not then nor have I ever hit rock bottom."
Blake says he doesn't "drink excessively, binge drink or have a drinking problem," as the magazine claimed.
The laundry list continues, "I do not drink vodka before 11 AM," he said, nor was he ever "drunk, intoxicated, or unable to perform my job on 'The Voice.'"
"I do not slur my words or stumble when I drink," he said.
The kicker, though, is Blake's denial that he has "never urinated on a mailbox."
"My ex-wife Miranda Lambert did not catch me with a bunch of naked women in our Tennessee home," he said in the lawsuit. The magazine had previously claimed that Blake's "womanizing" helped "torpedo his 4-year marriage."
Blake, who is now dating Gwen Stefani, wants at least $2 million dollars for the false reporting.
Previously, the singer's lawyer says Blake "wants to set the record straight by suing In Touch's parent company, Bauer Media." The lawsuit specifically mentions several inaccurate claims within the article, including sentences that said, "His friends are terrified that he could end up dead at this rate," as well as an allegation that his friends were staging an intervention.
Since their split, Miranda and Blake have managed to stay cordial. She's moved on with singer-songwriter Anderson East.
"Our whole thing was, we are going to be cool about this, it is what it is," Blake told radio DJ Bobby Bones in September of his relationship with his ex. "We're buddies."