Now, Lili has seemingly responded to the allegations with a little rant of her own, which has now been deleted.
On Instagram, the actress penned: "Dear everyone on social media," she wrote. "Don't put people down for the sake of putting them down. Don't be a f*cking asshole. The world doesn't need anymore of that sh*t."
She also tweeted, "Twitter is actually the most toxic form of social media. People are assholes for the sake of being assholes. Do you not understand karma? It's fine if you don't, you'll understand when it bites your miserable ass."
"I tolerate a lot of rumors and slander from people online claiming to be my fans. Fans who feel entitled to my privacy precisely because I never indulge them,” Cole began.
“But attacking my friends, baseless accusations, leaking my address and sending death threats are all qualities of insanity and fanaticism. Choose humanity, stop being [clown face emoji].”
"When I first stepped into a public relationship this was one of the foreseeable consequences. And while I truly never intended to indulge any part of my private life to the ravenous horde, it's clear my restraint in updating them has allowed them to push their own agenda onto my habits and lifestyle," he continued.
"So in conclusion - please eat my delectable plump ass (making me post a goddamn white font ain't story like a twice divorced mother of three)," his rant concluded.
A source close to the couple also revealed that the photos of Kaia in Cole'sroom were old.
"The photos of Kaia at Cole's house are old," they told E! News. "Cole and Kaia are just friends and have never been romantic."
Despite all of this drama, the pair are reportedly still dating.
The pair are reportedly not quarantining together which is why there has been no content of them on social media, but E!'s source claims they "haven't split."