Justin Timberlake has found himself in the media's spotlight recently regarding allegations that he is cheating on his wife, Jessica Biel, with his backing singer and friend, Zenya Bashford.
The Inquisitr reported yesterday, based on a source from Star magazine, that during his current 20/20 tour, his relationship with Bashford went a lot deeper than just professional, as he was apparently spotted cozying up to her in a nightclub in Paris, touching her lower back and the like.
However, according to The Epoch Times, those Star reports about cheating allegations are bogus and completely untrue.
So, let's start with the allegations that Justin Timberlake was dancing intimately with Zenya Bashford at the Paris club, as told to them by an anonymous "inside" source.
"It was definitely more than friendly. They were dancing in a way that no married man should ever dance with someone who isn't his wife," that source said.
Nevertheless, the pictures taken at that club were snapped in a very public place, and didn't really show Timberlake doing anything untoward with Bashford. Yes, they were dancing together, but they weren't hiding that fact and no kissing of any type took place.
That Star source, who seems to have since been discredited, also told the publication about Biel.
"Jessica knows that she's up against dozens of women every night while Justin's on tour — especially women who want something out of him — so she makes sure he texts and calls her daily when she can't be there in person. Jessica's no fool; she knows she has to keep an eye on Justin."
Reading between the lines, that doesn't prove in any way that Justin Timberlake is cheating on Jessica Biel; a slow dance in a night club is just that and nothing more.
The Star source even admits, "Despite Jessica's suspicions about her husband's life on tour, she's never had proof that Justin has been unfaithful."
No doubt there will be plenty more trashy tabloids making allegations in the coming week about Justin Timberlake cheating on his wife.
That simply goes to prove one again that you can't believe everything you read in the papers.