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Boxer made up story about being drugged for gay porn film.

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Monday, November 2, 2015, 4:44 PM

Yusaf Mack admitted that he made up the story about being drugged before performing in a gay porn video.Scott Heavey/Getty Images

Yusaf Mack admitted that he made up the story about being drugged before performing in a gay porn video.

This former boxer is knocking out his cover-up story.

Yusaf Mack, who claimed he was drugged before performing in a gay adult film, released a statement to Black Sports Online Monday retracting the outrageous tale.

“This is an issued public apology from my heart,” Mack said. “I was completely aware and fully conscious during the film.”

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The statement comes after the company that hired him, Dawgpound USA, threatened to sue over the wild drugging story.

The one-time pugilist originally claimed he traveled from his home in Philadelphia to the Bronx last June to star in a heterosexual porn flick.

After arriving at the shooting location, he claimed he was given a mysterious pill and remembers nothing until waking up at Philly’s 30th Street Station later that day with $ 4,500 in his pocket.

It wasn’t until October that he realized that he had participated in a threesome with two other men, and it was videotaped and posted to the web, the fighter claimed.

Mack admitted he was "completely aware and fully conscious during the film" in a statement on Monday.Eric Jamison/AP

Mack admitted he was “completely aware and fully conscious during the film” in a statement on Monday.

It was then that he went public with the story, claiming he was drugged and denying he was attracted to men.

“My whole life, I’ve been what they call a whoremonger. I love females,” Mack told Philly.com in October. “The only time I touch a man is when I’m in the ring fighting.”

The father of 10 children, Mack also addressed his sexuality in Monday’s statement.

“I did participate in the adult film because at the time I needed money but also because I am a bisexual man,” said Mack.

“Meaning I enjoy safely being intimate with whomever I choose.”

It is unclear if the statement will prevent Dawgpound USA from pursuing legal action.

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