Patrick Schwarzenegger’s Sister Defends Him After Cheating Reports

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Patrick Schwarzenegger's Sister Defends Him After Cheating Reports

Just recently, photos showing what appears to be Patrick Schwarzenegger cheating on Miley Cyrus surfaced on the internet. The two were said to be growing closer and even talking marriage – but apparently that also includes being able to do body shots off of random girls during Spring Break. We totally didn’t get that memo.

When the pictures hit the internet, Patrick took to his Twitter account to deny any wrongdoing. Despite that, Miley even glossed over the news and didn’t respond to it at all.

Now, his sister Katherine is jumping into the fray to add her two cents.

Although Cyrus is yet to react publicly to the photos, Patrick’s older sister Katherine was evidently eager to make sure this rumor went no further, jumping in to defend her brother’s good name with a couple of tweets the following day.

“A lot of you guys spreading hate need Jesus in your lives ASAP,” Patrick’s sister wrote, before retweeting her brother’s missive from the previous day (“Girls have guy friends and guys have friends that are girls…”).

When one follower responded that she wouldn’t be happy with picture of her boyfriend behaving like that, Katherine came right back at her, telling the poster to lighten up.

“I’d say my bf was insensitive if he was doing those things w/ another girl,” @Hope_Floats8 wrote in response to Katherine’s first message.

“@Hope_Floats8 ever heard of spring break?!” replied a defensive Katherine.

So what she’s saying is that Jesus would endorse doing body shots during Spring Break even if you are in a relationship with someone else? What do you think?

Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet

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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 at 12:12pm
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