The never ending feud between Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West has just taken a turn for the worst. According to TMZ, the 26-year-old pop star has threatened to criminally prosecute the rapper after learning that he’d secretly recorded the phone conversation between the two in which he shared his lyrics about her in his controversial single “Famous.”
TMZ reported that they have obtained a copy of the letter that Swift’s lawyer sent to West’s lawyer in February in which it was made clear that in the state of California it is considered illegal to record a phone conversation without both parties consenting to it. But Swift’s criminal prosecution threats might not go as far as she wishes. As it was seen on Keeping up with the Kardashians on Sunday night July 17th, Swift was on speaker phone during their conversation and was aware that there were others present with West in the room because she could overhear Rick Rubin, along with some of the folks filming Kanye all chime in on the call, according to TMZ.
The feud between the three all started when Swift denied that she had ever spoken to West about the lyric and was unaware that he would be calling her a b****. The reality TV star then took to Snapchat to defend her husband’s honor by releasing a series of videos of her husband’s discussion with Swift, in which she signs off to the song. Since the release of the videos, Swifts still denies that she was made aware of the actual lyric, “I made that b**** famous.”
If Swift chooses to take legal action against the two, Mrs. West could be faced with aiding and abetting the crime while Mr. West could face a fine and one year of prison.
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