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UNDER fire Taylor Swift has received even more shade in the midst of her feud with Kim Kardashian - this time from the woman who ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas left her for.
The 26-year-old singer is currently battling Kim, 35, and husband Kanye West, 39, over a video of her phone call with the rapper to discuss the controversial lyrics of his latest track, Famous, which Kim leaked on Snapchat on Sunday.
Joe and his ex, Gigi Hadid, even used to hang out with Taylor and her then-boyfriend, Calvin Harris.
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Camilla's post comes eight years after she was believed to be the subject of Taylor's song Better Than Revenge, after the star was left heartbroken when fellow singer Joe Jonas dumped her over the phone to be with Camilla.
Camilla's comments come as Taylor faces a wave of criticism over her feud with Kim and Kanye.
Taylor has been accused of lying about whether she gave permission for her name to be included in the lyrics, and as the media furore surrounding the trio continues, actress Camilla Belle seemed to want to get in on the action.
"Those who hurt you will eventually screw up themselves & if you're lucky, God will let you watch (sic)." She then added the hashtags #quoteoftheday, #happymonday, and #felizsegunda.
Having previously insisted she had never given her approval to the song, Kim decided to share a series of videos on Snapchat of Kanye discussing the controversial lyrics with Taylor over the phone.
Taylor can be heard saying the line "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex" was "like a compliment", the star has since insisted in an Instagram post she never agreed to the next line which features the words "that b**ch".
The singer has accused the famous couple of "character assassination" and is reportedly considering taking legal action against them.