The baker is said to have instructed his lawyers to draw up the legally binding non-disclosure agreement to stop Summer Monteys-Fullam from telling any “third parties”about their relationship.
Taking to Instagram, Paul posted a selfie along with a long caption about the rumour and wide-spread reports.
Paul, 53, said: “Morning all, thank you for your messages I’ve been receiving it means a lot.
“My silence on any matters is not a sign of weakness or agreement of what’s been said, merely I prefer a quiet life away from my day job!
“Take what’s read with a pinch of salt and read between the lines.”
He continued to his 228,000 followers: “I know the public can’t be duped into believing what’s out there from a person making money selling stories and continuously courting the paps.
“There’s always two sides to a story you’ve only heard one.. but alas I don’t play those games… thanks again.”
Over the weekend pictures emerged of Summer leaving Paul’s £1 million phone and packing her bags into a car.
Summer only moved into his £1.2million home in Kent in February this year.
Reports claims that when she returned to pick up her belongings the angry lothario told her: “Why don’t you f*** off back on that horse you rode in on.”
Daily Star recetnly revealed that legal experts claim the 24-year-old will find it difficult to lay claim to any of Paul’s riches shoud she be includined because they didn’t live together for long enough.
Replying to a fan on social media who offered her support, Summer said: “I am so touched Sally by your kind message.
“That’s exactly right. This has been one of the hardest things I’ve ever done.”