Orlando Bloom did not "betray" Katy Perry by supposedly "getting handsy" with women on a beach in Malibu, despite an inaccurate report. The story is based on claims that Gossip Cop already debunked. We can set the record straight once again.
Last month, the actor was photographed on beach giving friendly hugs to two women in bathing suits. The Globe misrepresented the situation by alleging Bloom was caught getting "flirty with beach babes" behind his girlfriend's back. The unreliable magazine went on to say that Perry was having a "meltdown" over the photos of Bloom and his female pals. But mere days after the pictures emerged, Perry and Bloom posed together at the amfAR Gala in Los Angeles, where the singer received an award. The couple's relationship is going strong.
Unfortunately, the National Enquirer is insisting that Perry feels "betrayed" by her boyfriend "cavorting on the beach with his gorgeous harem." The actor was with two female friends, not a "harem" of women. Still, an alleged "insider" tells the magazine, "It was humiliating for Katy to see Orlando flirting up a storm. Orlando has let her down before, and this was the last thing she needed right now." The supposed source goes on to say that the actor and singer are on the verge of a split, adding, "Orlando claims he's totally committed to Katy but they'll be lucky if they make it to Thanksgiving together."
None of this is remotely true. Just last week, Perry and Bloom celebrated her birthday at a restaurant in West Hollywood, and E! News noted that the two "were in a very happy mood, smiling a lot." The following day, Perry and Bloom had another date night at a restaurant in Santa Monica. And earlier this week, Bloom joined Perry at a taping of "American Idol." Meanwhile, People magazine reported last month that Perry and Bloom "may be ready to get engaged." The tabloids are attempting to create nonexistent drama in the couple's relationship, but it's clear no one's been "betrayed" or "humiliated."
It's worth noting, Gossip Cop busted the Enquirer's sister publication, OK!, for wrongly reporting in May that Perry and Bloom had a honeymoon in Rome after secretly eloping. That article wasn't true either, but it goes to show how the tabloid and its related outlets can't keep their stories straight. There's absolutely nothing to suggest that the singer and actor are on the rocks, but there's a plethora of evidence proving otherwise.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.