Team Kimye has called for backup! Following Kim Kardashian's Snap heard 'round the world on Sunday — you know, the one where she posted footage of Taylor Swift signing off on hubby Kanye West's very controversial "Famous" lyric — and the ripple effect it's had in Hollywood, with everyone from Selena Gomez to Katy Perry appearing to take sides, Kim's baby sis Khloe Kardashian has fired back at one commentator in particular.

Chloe Grace Moretz, who just this year shaded Taylor's #squad culture, seemed to shake her head at all the drama on Monday in a tweet that urged "everyone in this industry to get their heads out of a hole and look around to realize what's ACTUALLY happening in the REAL world."  Though her comment was vague, her timing was damning. Ya girl Khloe K. just wasn't having it.

In an explicit tweet that tagged Chloe-with-a-C's verified account, Khloe-with-a-K posted the above photo that appears to show a blond girl in a red bikini piggybacking a male friend who (accidentally?) exposes her butthole.

In response, Moretz posted another photo of herself in a similar swimsuit but different colored bikini bottoms. Turns out Khloe's pic wasn't of Moretz in the first place.

Later, Khloe defended the attack on Twitter.

The exchange is just the latest in an escalating trend of character assassination attempts on Taylor Swift. Last week, Calvin Harris, whose yearlong romantic relationship with Taylor ended suddenly and ever-so-shortly before the "Blank Space" singer jumped aboard the Tom Hiddleston train, revealed in a series of tweets that Taylor co-wrote Harris' collaboration with Rihanna "This Is What You Came For" and that he perceived his ex and her team were trying to "bury him." The back-and-forth started the trending topic #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty on Twitter.

Taylor has tried to do damage control, making appeals for sympathy on social media. Where she won't find sympathy is in court: Per California law, Swift wouldn't have a case if she tried to sue Kanye for recording their conversation about "Famous": Because the call was clearly on speakerphone, the 1989 singer must've had a reasonable expectation that she could be overheard.

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