Jonah Hill enjoys surf day as he stays silent on ex Sarah Brady’s emotional abuse claims

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Jonah Hill is beating the heat of the allegations against him with a day on the water.

The “Superbad” star was spotted surfing in Malibu Thursday after his ex-girlfriend Sarah Brady accused him of emotional abuse.

A paparazzo asked Hill how he was doing in light of the allegations, but the actor merely waved him off and walked down the beach.

Brady, a surf instructor, took to her Instagram Stories last weekend to share screenshots of text messages purportedly sent by Hill that showed him making specific requests to honor his “boundaries” in their relationship.

Among the suggestions were requests for her to take down photos of her “ass in a thong” and end friendships with women “who are in unstable places.”

Brady also claimed that the former couple’s therapist told her to “paddle away from any man that approached [her] in the water, no matter his age.”

Earlier this week, the pro surfer released more text messages that appeared to show that the “21 Jump Street” star, 39, had been sexting her right before he entered into a relationship with his current partner, Olivia Millar, with whom he shares a child.

After Brady, who dated Hill from 2021 to 2022, came forward with her allegations, former “Zoey 101” star Alexa Nikolas accused the “Wolf of Wall Street” actor on Twitter of sexual misconduct when she was just 16 years old.

Nikolas, 31, claimed Hill slammed her against a door and “shoved his tongue” down her throat. She later told Page Six exclusively that she was terrified over what had allegedly occurred between her and the “Don’t Look Up” star.

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“I was a child, so I obviously felt scared and angry,” she said. “Sadly, this wasn’t the first time I’ve been assaulted or objectified as a child.”

However, Hill’s attorney told Page Six that Nikolas’ story is “a complete fabrication.”

The headlines about Hill’s alleged behavior prompted an Australian radio host to recall his “scary” response to a “provocative” question about his personal life during an interview that took place in 2012.

“Last time you were out here [in Australia], Jonah, you hooked up with a friend of mine, and you didn’t call her,” presenter Jules Lund said, prompting Hill to blow up over the “bulls–t” question.

“That’s not true. That’s not [the] last time I was out here, first of all,” he began.

“You’re talking to two people who have no shame in hiding anything from their past, right? But we don’t know enough about you to dig up all the s–t from your past, to make fun of you about on live radio.”

He continued, “If I knew anything about you and I cared enough, I’d dig up embarrassing s–t from your past to rip on you about it — but I don’t care, and I don’t know, so I don’t have the luxury.”

Lund’s co-host at the time, Fifi Box, said she felt compelled to resurface the audio in light of Brady’s and Nikolas’ claims.

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