Liam Hemworth's rep recently denied reports linking him to actress January Jones however a new report claims his fiance, Miley Cyrus, is devastated over the new rumors.
On Wednesday a report claimed the "Hunger Games" actor, 23, sent a lewd text message to Jones, 35, despite his engagement to Cyrus, 19, however his rep denied this. Reports of an alleged affair first began swirling in February however this is the first time Hemsworth has publicly addressed them.
"The story of Liam Hemsworth and January Jones is entirely fabricated by Us Weekly. There is no truth whatsoever to this tabloid fiction," Hemsworth's rep told E! News in a statement.
Cyrus, who briefly stopped wearing her engagement ring after the rumors first surfaced online, previously insisted that her relationship with the Australian actor is fine. A source claims that while the cheating rumors are false, they are affecting the pair's relationship.
"It's sad that these rumors won't go away because their foundation is already so shaky," a source told HollywoodLife.com. "They've both had moments where they were questioning each other over cheating so this is just going to make it harder for them to trust each other."
The former Disney star recently made headlines for her disastrous MTV VMAs performance and the source claims that the new rumors are only adding stress. Hemsworth and Jones were photographed leaving an event together in Hollywood in early 2013 which sparked the cheating rumors.
"Miley is already under so much stress promoting her album the last thing she needs is to be reminded of this whole January Jones situation," the source said.
Hemsworth proposed to Cyrus on 2012 after four years of dating and despite their long relationship, there are allegedly trust issues. The "We Can't Stop" singer is reportedly doing her best to save her relationship with Hemsworth.
"She wants to believe that Liam's not cheating on her but they spend so much time apart and fight so much it's hard for her to know what to believe," the source said. "But she's taking him for his word and standing by him."