Those claims were published by another newspaper, after we told our readers police were investigating claims by Morelos that the striker had found a man trying to access the underside of his car. This was confirmed by police.
Stewart also went on to criticise Rangers PR chief Jim Traynor on the programme, with presenter Kenny McIntyre forced to issue an apology for the comments. The Daily Record is awaiting Stewart's apology for his inaccurate comments about this newspaper.
However the former midfielder remains defiant and took to Twitter with a missive in both English and Spanish.
Stewart wrote: "Impossible to thank everyone who has been in touch today, it’s been incredible the variety of people who’ve been in contact, but I appreciate every word of support and encouragement
"I’ll keep saying it as I see it."
The second message repeated those words in Spanish, in reference to a mistranslated Sky Sports interview with Morelos.
The broadcaster pulled the interview from their website and social media channels after Record Sport pointed out a number of glaring inaccuracies.