A STUNNING model has claimed she was Avicii's secret boyfriend and said they even planned to have children together before their shock death.
Czech beauty Tereza Kačerová wrote a montage of pictures that documented her "romance" with the late star, The Sun reports.
The Swedish superstar was found dead in Oman last week at the age of 28, and his family later claimed that he had taken his own life.
After his death, Mrs Kačerová shared a video packed with pictures that seemed to show her life with Avicii, real name Tim Bergling.
Snaps showed their couples to kiss and spend time together – with a shot said to be their "first date".
He was also seen by Mrs. Kačerová's little boy Luka.
The model continued to share a heartbreaking note that revealed her destruction over DJ's death.
She wrote it on Instagram, it starts: Dear Tim ,. "
Mrs Kačerová explained why they held the alleged romance out of the limelight and suggested they were only public when they started a family together.
" I was always very keen to keep our relationship private because I wanted it to be ours and ours and did not want to participate in this crazy, "she wrote.
" But I thought that if I want to share this with the world, it will be when I'm pregnant with our child.
"Oh how the plan went wrong."
She also revealed how shocked she was at DJ's sudden death.
"I've spent the last days waiting to wake up and wait for someone to tell me this is a funny joke, a terrible mistake."
"I think it's finally stumble on me now, as I'll never see you again. "
She explained that after the news she broke" Required Evidence "when she could not believe he was dead and she finally struck down when she saw her Wikipedia page I had been changed.
"I sobbed … the day you died, I went to your house to feel around me," said Mrs. Kačerová.
She claimed that The DJ gave her a special diamond bracelet to mark his relationship with both her and her son.
Although she was born in Czechoslovakia, Mrs Kačerová grew up in the United States
During her career, she appeared in the video to Maroon 5's 2014 hit Maps and got a number of actresses credits.
She had small roles in Mark Wahlberg's 2016 film Pat riots day and tv series ballers.
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