In an interview with Vanity Fair released today, March 5, Taylor Swift discusses why she really dumped One Direction’s Harry Styles. And Styles seems to live up to the pathetic rogue portrayed in Swift’s song, “I Knew You Were Trouble.”
Taylor shares that Styles pursued her for months the first time that the pair began dating in April 2012. It was a brief romance that ended after Styles was caught kissing an Australian model and Swift said that she couldn't trust Styles after that very public incident.
Taylor began dating Conor Kennedy in June 2012 and of that romance she says, “[Conor] was awesome,” which only leaves us to speculate that perhaps Conor and Taylor parted ways over logistics more than anything else. Apparently Styles pursued Taylor again and “he wore her down.” The pair then reconnected during “X Factor” rehearsals.
The 23-year-old singer gave Styles a second chance, but a source close to Taylor shares that she couldn't trust the 1D star and that she “felt like he was looking at every girl.” The second time around Taylor shared that, “[Harry] was all, like, ‘you’re amazing, I want to be with you. I want to do this.’” Unfortunately, tigers rarely change their spots as Taylor alleges that the 19-year-old cheated on her again.
The cheating in conjunction with Styles’ notorious partying allegedly proved to be too ridiculous for the intelligent young woman, as he “disappeared one night and after that [she] just didn’t want to keep going.” After a last ditch attempt to keep things going with a New Year’s vacation to the Caribbean, the pair went their separate ways in January 2013.
According to the magazine, Styles’ rep Benny Tarantini at Columbia Records, said that all of the claims are “undeniably false.” Rumors have linked Taylor Swift to both Tom Odell and Ed Sheeran, but she says that she’s single … for now.
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