It's been less than two months since we first learned that Britney Spears is dating Sam Ashgari, but it looks like this relationship may be even more short-lived than her last one.
It seems Sam may have been cheating on Britney from day one, as he allegedly failed to disclose that he was already in a relationship.
The accusation comes from Morgan Osman, former star of the Oxygen reality series Bad Girls Club, who claims that she and Ashgari were dating - until she realized he was two-timing her with Britney.
Osman spilled the tea in a conversation with notorious gossip site The Dirty this afternoon.
Just last week, Osman shared a photo of herself kissing Ashgari.
She's since deleted it, but she maintains that the pic was taken recently.
"I have video and images of our REAL relationship. Britney he is using you," Morgan told The Dirty today.
"I don't know why everyone is attacking me, Sam Asghari is the cheater. I feel sorry for Britney Spears, she seems like a good person."
The news will likely come as a shock to Spears, who just last week tweeted the above image of Ashgari, along with a caption reading, "Mad love for this one."
If the allegations are true, it'll be the latest in a long line of romantic setbacks for Spears.
Last summer she broke up with Charlie Ebersol after just eight months of dating.
Sources close to the couple say she was considering marrying Ebersol just weeks prior to the split.
While the cause of the breakup remains unknown, insiders maintain that Ebersol was caught cheating on Spears.
The situation was described as a devastating blow to her confidence, and being cheated on a second time would no doubt shake Britney to her core.
Fans expressed excitement over her relationship with Ashgari, who was widely regarded as the stable "nice guy" sort that she'd been looking for all these years.
Ashgari reportedly gets along well with Britney's kids and has been a source of emotional stability for the singer, who's struggled with anxiety and depression in the past.
Perhaps Britney and her fans should have known that Ashgari was too good to be true.