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Calvin 'cheated on model gf with Taylor'

Published 27/04/2015

Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris

Calvin Harris reportedly began dating Taylor Swift before he’d ended his relationship with model Aarika Wolf.

The Scottish DJ has been photographed with the American singer on a number of occasions in recent weeks. And while it was previously reported that the pair met after he broke up with his model girlfriend of six months, Aarika, it’s now being claimed there was an overlap.

“Calvin and Aarika met on the set of his music video Blame in August, and they started officially dating in October,” a source told the New York Daily News’ Confidential column. “They were full-on boyfriend/girlfriend for about six months; totally joined at the hip.”

According to the insider, Calvin admitted to a friend that he had cheated on the 21-year-old with the Shake It Off singer. He reportedly waited a while before stepping out and being photographed with his new lady in order to cover his tracks.

“He ended up breaking up with Aarika, and then just pretended that the Taylor Swift stuff happened after [the breakup],” the source continued. “Aarika probably knows now that she was cheated on.”

The 31-year-old was first pictured with Taylor at a Whole Foods store in Texas before they attended a Kenny Chesney concert together. They have been photographed in matching ensembles and holding hands but the insider believes the love triangle could have been for nothing, as the new couple may not stand the test of time.

“It’s awkward because Calvin’s friends are very much the late-night club and DJ crowd; Taylor doesn’t seem to fit in,” they added. “Calvin’s friends think he’s doing it because it’s good for his profile — and he kind of thinks it’s funny.”

Representatives for all three stars have yet to comment on the latest claims.

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