The 13 Reasons Why actor was accused of breaking into Frances Bean Cobain's ex-husband Isaiah Silva's house to retrieve Kurt Cobain's MTV Unplugged guitar.
He claimed that a bunch of them, including Ross, committed "trespass, burglary, home invasion robbery, assault, battery, kidnapping, and murder" on June 3, 2016.
Now, Ross has finally responded to the claims.
The Blast reports that new documents claim Ross denies the allegations, saying the night didn't occur as Silva said.
Ross said, according to the court documents, that he and Sam Lutfi went to Silva's home to check on him following “some troubling text messages" Lutfi had received from Silva and Frances Bean Cobain.
“I then entered the house and was greeted calmly and amicably by Silva … Silva was frail, emaciated and had a terrible odor. The house was also messy and had a bad odor,” Ross said, according to the court documents. He added that he had “no communications with Defendant Courtney Love Cobain at any time concerning the purported events.”
“I never entered into a conspiracy or otherwise agreed to commit any crime against Silva. I never conspired with anyone else to murder or kidnap Silva … or take possession of a guitar that Silva claims Ms. Cobain gave to him as a gift," Ross said in the documents, per The Blast.