The 'Just Dance' star allegedly wanted to recreate scenes from the Pont de l'Alma tunnel crash in Paris which killed the Princess of Wales and her partner Dodi Al Fayed on August 31, 1997, The Sun claims.
Swedish director Jonas Akerlund, behind the video to The Prodigy's 'Smack My Bitch Up', is said to have refused the singer's demands.
Speaking about the video, GaGa described it as "the most amazing creative work that I've put together so far".
"I'm very proud of it. It has a real, genuine, powerful message about fame-whoring and death and the demise of the celebrity, and what that does to young people," she told The Canadian Press.
"The video explores ideas about sort of hyperbolic situations that people will go to in order to be famous. Most specifically, pornography and murder. These are some of the major themes in the video."
Further scenes in the music video reportedly show three brothers from US rock band Snake Of Eden acting out sexual acts on each other.