Although she would probably love to, Taylor Swift cannot sue Kimye for recording that infamous phone call that changed everything.
According to TMZ, Swift has no legal grounds to drag Kanye West to court over the video footage wife Kim Kardashian posted on Snapchat Sunday evening.
That is because California law states that “confidential communication” does not include conversations that “may be overheard.”
When looking at the footage, it is clear that Swift had to know that she could be overheard as people can be heard talking in the room Kanye West is making the call in.
Producer Rick Rubin can also be heard contributing to the discussion. In this case, there can be no expectation of privacy.
We reported earlier that Kim Kardashian took to Snapchat on Sunday evening to post a series of videos exposing Taylor Swift’s lies over the infamous song in which Kanye claims to have made the pop star famous.
After the “Famous” was released, Taylor claimed she never approved the use of her name in the song, but the video proves otherwise.
Remember when Kanye dared people to sue him?