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Kristin Cavallari slams rumors she’s in a love triangle with ‘Southern Charm’ stars

Kristin Cavallari is putting the kibosh on rumors she’s in a love triangle with Craig Conover and Austen Kroll.The former “Laguna Beach” star, who took to her Instagram Stories to address the alleged tryst with the “Southern Charm” stars, slammed the hearsay as “gossip bulls–t” and spread the truth.KRISTIN CAVALLARI SAYS THE THOUGHT OF GETTING MARRIED AGAIN MAKES HER ‘CRINGE’”Some Instagram gossip page or whatever is saying that I’m involved in a love triangle, which is not true. I haven’t been involved in a love triangle since high school,” Cavallari explained, referring to her reality TV co-stars Stephen Colletti and Lauren Conrad.Cavallari, 34, confirmed she’s single and said she hasn’t dated anybody “for a few months” and has no plans to date either Conover or Kroll.”I’ve never dated either one of them, I can guarantee that I’m not gonna date either one of them, and it’s possible for a grown woman to be friends with a grown man, and for that to be it,” she said.The former “Very Cavallari” star said she’s been “loving” being single after seemingly splitting from comedian Jeff Dye in March, whom she dated after calling it quits with estranged husband Jay Cutler.”She was just having fun,” a source told E! News of the Uncommon James founder’s romance with Dye. “It was never that serious to begin with.”Cavallari — who announced her divorce from Cutler last spring — was first linked to Dye in October when they were spotted out in Chicago. A month later, the duo was seen having an “intimate” date night in Nashville, where Cavallari lives, and the romance progressed from there.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTERPrior to her romance with Dye, Cavallari and former NFL quarterback Cutler were together for 10 years. The couple, who share three children, tied the knot in 2013 and confirmed their split in April 2020.To read more from the New York Post, click here.

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