Victoria Beckham has something to say about Brooklyn's girlfriend


Actress Chloe was targeted by the reality star earlier this month when the 19-year-old commented on the feud between couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West and Taylor Swift. Khloe, 32, posted a picture of Chloe alongside an indecent photo of a girl in a bikini on Twitter, asking the teenager: "Is this the hole you're referring to @ChloeGMoretz?" Popstar turned fashion designer Victoria has grown close to Chloe since she began dating her son Brooklyn, 17, and was apparently horrified by spat, lending her support to the Carrie star.

"Victoria was disgusted by Khloe's attack on Chloe and thinks it was below the belt to publicly try to embarrass someone so young," an insider told Britain's Closer magazine. Read more: ‘Victoria hates seeing our son Brooklyn dating!’ "Victoria doesn't get involved in celebrity fights, but says this time they have messed with the wrong person and someone close to her family." Luckily, Chloe took the graphic photo in her stride, confirming it wasn't her, rather a young girl who was "wrongfully photographed".

Victoria is said to be so angry at the Kardashian family that she has no plans to attend an event where any of them are present again, calling on her friends in the industry to ensure this doesn't happen.

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"She's already been on the phone with her fashion friends, such as U.S. Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, to express how unhappy she is, and has said she may have to refuse to be on the same guest list as the Kardashians," the insider added.

"The Beckhams (including former soccer star David) are extremely well-connected and everyone knows that a boycott could be disastrous for the Kardashians if people start blacklisting them from events."

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