Olivia Munn is not here for jealousy or rumors.
After an ET eyewitness saw her at a dinner with Chris Pratt that included PDA on Friday in Los Angeles, Munn took to Twitter to shut down speculation about the relationship, and shared a text message exchange from 16 days ago with Pratt's ex, Anna Faris.
"Hey there! Sooo... I would never respond to random tabloid stories, but since we know each other I wanted to reach out to you personally to tell you the story about me and Chris dating has 0% truth," Munn wrote to Faris.
She continued, "I'm sure you already know it's not true, or maybe didn't care either way, but I just wanted to reach out personally to tell you it's not true."
Faris seemingly responded positively, writing back, "Oh my god-this town is so f**king crazy-you are so sweet to text-I love you-having said that if you were my new sister in law I would be thrilled!" She also said the two should catch up soon.
Munn also clarified a list of assumptions made about people dating exes: "Not every woman is scorned and upset after a break up," she began. "Not every woman is 'furious' at another woman for dating her ex."
She took aim too at rumors that she and Faris were fighting over the alleged relationship. "Even if I was dating @prattprattpratt, some tabloids got me and @annakfaris all wrong," she continued.
"Women respect and love each other a lot more than some people like to think," she added.
The X-Men: Apocalypse star concluded the list with a little humor too.
"Chris and I would have a horrible celebrity name: Crolivia, Prunn, Chrisivia, Olipratt," Munn wrote.
Pratt filed for divorce from Faris in December, after the pair announced their separation in August after eight years of marriage. Faris has since dated cinematographer Michael Barrett, but has remained friendly with Pratt as they co-parent their son, Jack.
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