Taylor Swift Did Not Send Material From New Album To Former Boyfriend Tom Hiddleston [Debunked]

Taylor Swift is reportedly working on her new album and recently, she was falsely accused of having sent some of the album's material to her former boyfriend, Tom Hiddleston.

According to a new report, Taylor Swift allegedly allowed Hiddleston to have a say in her upcoming album and refused to record a thing without first getting the actor's approval.

"[Taylor Swift] sends him drafts and loops him in on how the process is going, and nothing will be recorded without Tom's consent," a source told OK! Magazine on December 4.

Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston dated briefly over the summer after her 15-month romance with Calvin Harris came to an end and for weeks, they were frequently photographed with one another from Nashville, Tennessee, to Rome, Italy. They were also seen in the U.K., where Hiddleston's family resides and in Australia, where he was filming Thor: Ragnarok.

Taylor Swift at Grammy event
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OK! Magazine claimed the authenticity of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston's romance was reportedly questioned due to how quickly Swift moved on from Harris and claimed the couple had allegedly plotted her breakup songs at the start of their relationship.

"This was their deal right from the start of their fauxmance…It's a contractual situation and the result is to make them look good," the OK! Magazine source alleged.

As for Taylor Swift's other ex-boyfriend, Tom Hiddleston, the magazine insider claimed she would reportedly not be so kind.

"Calvin is another story," said the source, adding that Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris were "barely amicable" after their breakup in June.

As Taylor Swift fans may recall, Harris sent out a tweet claiming he and Swift still had respect for one another after their split, but after photos of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston hit the web shortly after, he deleted his tweet.

In response to OK! Magazine's claims of Taylor Swift reportedly having sent rough drafts of her new album to Tom Hiddleston, a source close to the actor confirmed to Gossip Cop that no such deal exists and that the report by OK! Magazine was "completely false."

Taylor Swift attends iHeartRadio Music Festival
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Since parting ways with Tom Hiddleston in September, Taylor Swift has been romantically linked to Drake. However, the rumors regarding their alleged relationship are likely untrue.

In October, Taylor Swift prompted rumors of a romance with the rapper after she was spotted attending his 30th birthday party at Delilah in West Hollywood, California, alongside several other celebrities including her rumored nemesis, Katy Perry.

According to a Page Six report at the time, Drake joined Taylor Swift in her booth at the venue where they reportedly "were intimately flirting, talking closely and laughing."

"The only person he spent more time with other than his mom was [Taylor Swift]," a source said.

Although Taylor Swift and Drake may have enjoyed one another's company at the event, a second Page Six report days later confirmed that the real reason behind their sudden friendship was potential new music. As the outlet explained, Taylor Swift and Drake have been "cozying up to each other lately because they're making music together."

"They've been in the studio collaborating," a source told Page Six.

According to the report, Taylor Swift was a "no-show" at Drake's Virginia Black Halloween party, but around that time, he hinted at a relationship with Swift once again when he shared a photo of the two of them together at his birthday party two weeks prior. In the photo, which was shared on Instagram, both Taylor Swift and Drake were seen with their backs to the camera.

Taylor Swift and Drake have not officially confirmed plans for new music.

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