Tim McGraw And Faith Hill Slam Divorce And Cheating Rumors, Call Taylor Swift Affair Stories 'Totally False And Ridiculous' [VIDEO]

By Stephanie Kristine Spencer September 3, 2013 5:48 PM EDT
Country singers Faith HIll and her husband Tim McGraw arrive at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 10, 2013. (Photo: Reuters)
Country singers Faith HIll and her husband Tim McGraw arrive at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 10, 2013. (Photo: Reuters)

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are shooting down rumors that their 16-year marriage is headed for divorce after claims that McGraw's wandering eye landed on country singer Taylor Swift.

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Sources who spoke to the National Enquirer said that the country couple was locked in a $135 million divorce battle because McGraw felt like he was being "treated like a dog" by Hill.

"He feels he needs to stand up for himself and get his manhood back," the insider dished to the publication. "He feels like Faith has a leash around his neck — and he wants out of her prison!"

Now, however, reps for Hill and McGraw are saying that the "insider" had the story all wrong, and that the couple is not separating and that the rumors were "totally false and ridiculous."

In fact, McGraw was in a recent interview talking about how he made his long-time marriage with the country star work. "The easy answer is just to shut up and not say anything, that's easy. But really it's a lot of give and take and it's a lot of no ultimatums," he said to the Huffington Post.

Other than avoiding divorce rumors, McGraw has been heavily involved in hosting the documentary series, Quantum Heroes, which chronicles the personal lives and stories of firefighters who have put their lives at risk to serve and protect.

McGraw also donated $1 million Quantum Batteries to first responders in the United States, saying, "Yeah they're great batteries, they're Quantum batteries and they last forever and they're a great company, but when they asked me to be a part of their Quantum Heroes series and I hear they're giving a million batteries away to first responders, I wanted in.

"They wanted me to host these segments that tell the stories behind these inspiring events where responders put their lives on the line and it just seemed to go with everything I believed in and everything in my career and as a person that I've tried to represent with the people that I associate myself with. It just seemed like the perfect fit."

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