You may recall that back in May, the supermodel's rumored boyfriend James Packer got into a physical confrontation with head honcho at channel 9, David Gyngell, and some thought that it had something to do with Kerr—but the blue-eyed bombshell states it didn't.
"They weren't fighting over me," she told Vogue of Gyngell and Packer's scrap. "I won't comment on other people's actions and decisions."
Additionally, Miranda wanted to clear the air on her relationship status. "James and I are friends, but people want to make a story, the public want to put me with someone. I know the truth, I am single, and the people that are important to me know the truth and that is all."
Photos of Packer being involved in a street brawl surfaced on the Internet after the Aussie billionaire heard of a channel 9 News truck (the network he used to own) parked near his house in Bondi Beach, and believed it was there to film him and Kerr together.
He furiously texted Gyngell, who ended up driving to Packer's home in Sydney, outraged that he'd made the false claim. According to sources, Gyngell sat on the hood of the car and waited. Once Packer returned, a fight broke out.
At the time, a source told E! News source, "That street fight had nothing to do with Miranda."