The fallout between Taylor Swift and her onetime best friend Karlie Kloss reportedly started when the model took advantage of the singer’s generous hospitality.
Swift has previously said that Kloss had her very own room, complete with her favorite snack foods at the ready, at the singer’s $47.7 million Tribeca compound. But an insider told The Post that Swift was “furious” when Kloss invited friends over to the home without first getting approval.
Although both camps deny this happened, a source admits that the two had a tiff that turned into “something crazy.”
“Taylor got upset over something crazy and then she just alienated Karlie,” she told The Post. Kloss’ rep denies this.
Sources say this is just another example of Swift, whose new album, “Lover,” is out Aug. 23, overreacting to a situation.
In fact, Swift turned down invites to both of Kloss’ wedding ceremonies when she married her long-term boyfriend last year, according to a source close to both camps. However, Kloss’ rep says Swift was unable to attend due to prior commitments.
“She always does the same thing: She trips up when she goes further than she needed to,” said a source close to music manager Scooter Braun, who’s the latest to be deemed one of Swift’s enemies, after he purchased Big Machine Records, the singer’s former label, for a reported $500 million in June.
Swift, 29, took to Tumblr to call the sale, which included the master recordings from her first six albums, her “worst case scenario” — and accuse Braun, who manages Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato, of “incessant, manipulative” bullying.