Jeffree Star says he and his family have been the target of death threats and "vile" phone calls ... and it's all Kat Von D's fault.
The drama all started earlier this week, when the "L.A. Ink" alum called out the MySpace star on Instagram and YouTube, saying she no longer wanted to be associated with him after her refused to pay a mutual friend for helping design a logo for his makeup brand.
She went on to attack him for "promoting drug use, racism, and bullying."
Well, that didn't sit pretty with Star, who countered her 14-minute video about him with a 23-minute one defending his honor.
"Things have gotten past the point of internet drama, way past things getting ugly," he says in the video, before saying that her fans have been bombarding his friends and family since she posted her tirade against him.
"Leaving death threats on the phone, leaving nasty, vile messages. It's sad strangers on the Internet who have never met her or ever met me are so aggressive," he explains.
"Kat, I can't believe you would post something knowingly and calculating it when you knew the response it was going to get," he continues. "You are not some random friend of mine, you are a celebrity, you have paparazzi after you, you are a big name. To use such a huge platform to say things that are not true and to get the response you knew you were going to get is so disheartening and so vicious."
He goes on to show their text messages back and forth to each other, in an attempt to prove her attacks came out of nowhere. To be fair, he could have easily deleted some of the texts beforehand though.
"Please explain to me why you haven't payed [their mutual friend] for the artwork he provided for you?" Kat asks, setting off Star. "You and I do not know each other anymore, and the past is the past… Please worry about yourself and stay the f--- out of my business."
Jeffree then defends his brand, saying he did not steal any logos ... but admits the designer's work may have inspired the final product. Star adds that the designer has since been paid for his work and his own managers and lawyers were already dealing with it before Kat posted her video.
He also says it's "offensive" for Von D to take credit for making him famous, saying he had millions of fans on MySpace before the two met.
As for what really "cut deep," it was Kat insinuating that he'd go on a "tweaker Snapchat rant" after she dropped her video. "I think it's very disappointing," he says, telling his fans that while he smokes weed regularly, he's never had alcohol or used coke or meth.
"I never envisioned having a friendship breakup with someone so public," he adds in closing. "I'm sorry you had to waste your time watching this."
Check out the full video above. Whose side are you on?