Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez NOT Living Together, Despite Report

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Justin Bieber Selena Gomez Living Together

By Andrew Shuster |

Justin Bieber Selena Gomez Living Together

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are not living together, despite an inaccurate tabloid report that was picked up and spread by other outlets. Gossip Cop looked into the situation and we can exclusively set the record straight.

This week’s Life & Style says Bieber “has officially moved into” Gomez’s Los Angeles home. A supposed “source” tells the magazine that the singer recently hired a moving truck to deliver “the majority of his belongings” to his girlfriend’s house, but they ultimately plan to buy a new property together. “The only way they can [stay together] is by purchasing a mansion neither of them has lived in before,” says the alleged insider.

The outlet’s questionable source adds, “It makes sense for them to look to live under one roof while they look for their dream home together… They can’t wait to start a family, so they’re looking to buy a baby-friendly pad in Calabasas or Hidden Hills. Their ideal budget is around $15 million.” None of this is true, but that didn’t stop the Daily Mail from regurgitated these false claims without bothering to do any fact-checking.

Gossip Cop is exclusively told by a source close to Gomez that the idea of her and Bieber moving in together is “not even a thought” that’s crossed either of their minds. It’s possible that the rekindled couple’s living situation could change in the future, but they aren’t currently shacked up, nor are they in the process of house-hunting. Although Bieber and Gomez have been spending lots of time together, including frequent visits to church, he hasn’t moved in with her.

In fact, Gossip Cop already busted Life & Style earlier this month after it made a similarly false claim about Bieber and Gomez buying a house together. Shortly before that fabrication, we called out the tabloid for wrongly reporting that Gomez was pregnant with Bieber’s baby. Perhaps the Daily Mail should consider doing a bit of investigation before recycling the untrustworthy outlet’s bogus stories.

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