Kristin Cavallari speaks out on 'stupid internet rumors': 'It's all just noise'
Kristin Cavallari opens up on "stupid internet rumors" after speculation about her friendship with two Southern Charm stars. (Photo: Tibrina Hobson / Getty Images)
Kristin Cavallari has been in the spotlight since she was a teenager. But the former Laguna Beach star's personal life has been under particularly scrutiny since her split from husband Jay Cutler this spring - and she's had enough.
On Saturday, the Very Cavallari star responded to recent speculation about her new friendship with Southern Charm stars Austen Kroll and Craig Conover. Cavallari, who dated the two reality stars along with best friend and hairdresser Justin Anderson last week, previously cleared up rumors that she's more than just friends with both men, while Anderson set the record right after Kroll's claims in the episode from Thursday's See What Happens Live To Andy Cohen That Cavallari "slipped into Craig's DMs [direct messages]."
"Not the kind I should be talking about, but Kristin would never slip into anyone's DM by accident," Anderson wrote on his Instagram Stories on Friday. "I was a fan of our new friends Craig and Austen, and we went to Charleston [SC] and met them ... I pushed for friendship."
He added, “Kristin was there and no one joins or flirts. [We are] four adults who are friends. Let us continue."
Now Cavallari is closing again what she calls "stupid internet rumors". On Saturday, the mother of three posted photos of her day at the beach with her children, which she was credited with for helping her block out speculation about her personal life.
"My kids put everything in perspective," she wrote. “All those stupid internet rumors, people who think they know me or my situation. It's all just noise. I know who I am and my children know who I am. That's all I'm interested in. That's why I usually never comment on the BS. "
Cavallari addressed "stupid internet rumors" in a number of Instagram Stories posts. (Photo: Instagram)
"OK, one more thing," she continued in a follow-up post. “The internet thrives on click bait and juicy stories. Nobody gives an S *** if the headline reads "Kristin Cavallari is just finally really happy".
“And they have to generate content every day. So they exaggerate, twist words, lie outright. Keep that in mind. "
Cavallari also shared photos of their children. (Photo: Instagram)
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