Selena Gomez's rep has denied the legitimacy of the bitter text exchange between the singer-actress and on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber.
The text messages, which leaked and went viral, appeared to show tensions escalating with Gomez and Bieber, who sent her derogatory messages.
The 21-year-old’s rep, Jill Fritzo, issued a firm “not real” when the Daily Mail (UK) contacted her for her reaction to the alleged nude pics and vile slurs.
Radar Online published the Justin Bieber-Selena Gomez text messages, which they claim were exchanged after the duo had a bitter fight last week.
The texts (posted below) were allegedly forwarded to one of the 21-year-old actress’ friends from a phone registered to her stepfather Brian Teefey.
This was after police raided Bieber’s home and arrested one of his confidants, Lil Za, on drug charges. Selena (supposedly) told Justin to get helo.
The 19-year-old Canadian singer and his on-off-girlfriend sparked reconciliation rumors last month when they started hanging out again, but it wasn't to be.
“I was honest with you and I gave you a second chance. All my friends were right,” she allegedly texted, before calling him a drug addict who needs help.