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In a lengthy caption on a series of Instagram photos and videos that show the former Yankee on set with Weintraub and “Baywatch” star Nicole Eggert, Weintraub calls Rodriguez a “ruthless clout chaser” and claims he is only “pretending” to be a financial adviser on CNBC’s “Back in the Game.”

“Alex has gone above and beyond to fake and act his role as being a helper/investor/businessman on this show and has truly showed his true colors & disingenuous intentions to steal ideas & diminish people reputations & businesses through the confines of this program to better his own celebrity and pretend to be an expert in marketing and investing which he is not,” Weintraub claimed, claiming Jennifer Lopez’s fiancé is wearing an earpiece and taking notes because he has “no idea what he is talking about.”

He also claimed that the show is “totally scripted” and is “being pawned off” as a reality show.

Their relationship allegedly soured after, according to Weintraub’s post, Rodriguez used “illegally taped conversations” to purport that the pair “were uncooperative talent.”

A representative for CNBC did not immediately respond to FOX Business’ request seeking comment.

The talent management exec later appeared to make his Instagram private.

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