Taylor Swift’s team have responsed to those ‘steamy’ photo claims

A spokesperson for Taylor Swift has recently had to come out to squash claims that a “steamy” photo of the star and her boyfriend Calvin Harris was being shopped around online.

Speaking to the Daily Mail a rep for Taylor said “There is no ‘steamy’ photo.”

This came following a claim from RadarOnline that they were being offered the chance to buy and intimate photo of the pop star and her DJ beau. Apparently the photo was being offered by someone in Taylor’s ‘inner circle’.


A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

The website claimed that while they hadn’t purchased the photo “it is steamy, and was certainly not meant for public eyes.”

In January of this year the singer faced a similar situation when hackers accessed her social media accounts and posted a series of bizarre messages. They also claimed to have access to nude photos of the star.

The 25-year old tweeted her response to the situation:

More recently Taylor has been the subject of much media scrutiny. After the VMAs a video emerged online with the title Taylor Swift Does Coke?

In the video she was seen holding something to her nose while surrounded by members of her entourage.


A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Her publicist quickly came out to strongly dismiss these claims however. They explained that she was just blowing her nose.

On site, Gawker, also made the claim that they had been threatened with legal action if they reported the pop star was doing cocaine.

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