Selena and Justin’s rekindled romance seems to have soured already. So what happened between the two lovebirds? Things went downhill when the ‘Come & Get It’ singer saw some racy text messages between the Biebs and his former model fling Chantel, an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber‘s relationship hit a major roadblock on June 26 when the Biebs was spotted partying with his former flame Chantel Jeffries. Despite his promises that the Miami model was just a friend, Selena saw some “flirty” text messages between the two that seem to prove otherwise, HollywoodLife.com is EXCLUSIVELY reporting.
Selena Gomez On Justin Bieber’s Texts With Chantel Jeffries: Angry Over Flirting
Talk about a roller coaster relationship! It sounds like Justin is up to his old tricks again — no wonder Selena is so upset!
“The whole drama between Sel and Justin started when she saw three text messages between him and Chantel. He promised that they were just friends but when she read the texts from Chantel, Selena was like, ‘No way,’ because they were so flirty — like, ‘Babe, I miss you’ with little heart emojis,” a friend of Selena’s tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Justin basically freaked out that she went through his cell phone, and he said he could do whatever he wanted.”
Of course, this isn’t the first time Justin has flirted with another woman when he supposedly in a committed relationship with Selena.
“Sel feels like she just can’t trust him and has the sick feeling inside that he’s isn’t being faithful,” our source says.
Police Rush To Selena’s Home
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, police rushed to Selena’s home on Saturday night, June 29, after the singer thought an intruder had broken into her house.
Selena called 911 when she noticed that her back door was open. Fortunately, the police did not find any intruders. How scary!
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think Justin should apologize to Selena for flirting with Chantel? Would you trust him if you were Selena? Let us know!
— Reporting by Sandra Clark