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Joe Jonas says it ain't so about Taylor Swift charge

Friday, November 14, 2008 – The war of words between Taylor Swift and ex special friend Joe Jonas is heating up into a "he said, she said" affair.

Swift said a few days in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show that he "dumped her over the phone in 27 seconds." Jonas, of course, is one third of the Jonas Brothers, a pop boy band.

The rumors then started that he broke up with Swift because he cheated her and was dating actress Camilla Belle.

Jonas did not shy away from defending himself. On the Jonas MySpace page, he wrote Thursday, I never cheated on a girlfriend. It might make someone feel better to assume or imply I have been unfaithful but it is simply not true. Maybe there were reasons for a breakup. Maybe the heart moved on. Perhaps feelings changed. I am truly saddened that anything would potentially cause you to think less of me."

"For those who have expressed concern over the "27 second" phone call. I called to discuss feelings with the other person. Those feelings were obviously not well received. I did not end the conversation. Someone else did. Phone calls can only last as long as the person on the other end of the line is willing to talk. A phone call can be pretty short when someone else ends the call. The only difference in this conversation was that I shared something the other person did not want to hear."

"There were later attempts at communication that had no response."

"I wish the best for the other person but could not sit back any longer and leave our fans with a wrong impression of the truth."

"Hope this helps enlighten a little."


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