AN INFURIATED Taylor Swift is planning legal
action against Kanye West after his wife Kim
Kardashian leaked a private phone conversation
between the pair.
The bombshell recording proved the rapper had
asked the Shake It Off singer permission to
release the controversial song Famous .
In the track, Kanye raps: “I feel like me and Taylor
might still have sex. I made that b**** famous.”
During the cordial phonecall Taylor, 26, appears
to be supportive of the track, describing Kanye as
a “friend” and saying the song is “like a
compliment” and “obviously very tongue in
Now The Sun has revealed Taylor’s team are now
seriously considering a dramatic legal bid that
could see Kanye, 39, and his wife Kim, 35, sent to
prison for three years if they were charged for the
Her legal team are convinced Kanye and Kim have
violated California penal code 632 that makes it
illegal to record calls without permission from
Taylor’s lawyers have warned Kanye that she did
not give consent and insisted she was not aware
the call was being taped.
A US source revealed: “Taylor’s team believe that
Kanye and Kim have quite clearly broken the law.
“They are on a mission to destroy Taylor but
there could be serious consequences because
they made the phone call from California where it
is illegal to tape calls without permission.”
The Sun’s Bizarre column revealed last month
that Taylor’s lawyers had demanded Kanye and
Kim to destroy the tape.
But they ignored that request and Kim shared it
with her millions of fans via a video on her
Snapchat account instead.
Taylor responded in an Instagram post, saying:
“You don’t get to control someone’s emotional
response to being called ‘that b****’ in front of the
Kanye famously interrupted Taylor’s MTVs VMAs
acceptance speech in 2009, claiming the award
should have gone to his friend Beyonce instead.