Cindy Crawford Doesn't Ban 'Hannah Montana,' Rep Insists

Rep says stories that the model won't let her 7-year-old watch the show are false.

Much like [artist id="3079282"]Selena Gomez[/artist] and [artist id="3079280"]Demi Lovato[/artist] before her, Cindy Crawford wants everyone to know that she has no beef with "Hannah Montana," or, for that matter, with the show's star [artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist], despite what you may have read online.

Early Tuesday morning, several Web sites published a quote in which Crawford allegedly told the press that she didn't allow her daughter, Kaya Jordan Gerber, 7, to watch the widely popular Disney series, because it taught her to be "sassy."

"I love Hannah Montana, but [my daughter] learns to be sassy from that show," she was quoted as saying in a story posted on and other sites. "I'll say to her, 'I don't let anyone talk to me like that. I'll certainly not take it from a 7-year-old in my own house.'"

When reached for comment, Crawford's rep told MTV News that the statement was untrue and that Crawford has no issue with the show.

"I don't know where this quote came from. It doesn't sound like Cindy," the rep said. "I just spoke to Cindy, and she said that she is a fan of 'Hannah Montana,' and she has taken her daughter to multiple shows."

With that out of the way, maybe the Crawford clan will be rooting for Cyrus this Sunday, when the 16-year-old is up for a Golden Globe for her "Bolt" song "I Thought I Lost You."

And if Cindy and Kaya really are fans, they'll get to enjoy more "Hannah Montana" in 2009, both on the small and big screens, and more Miley, as young star starts to expand into other movie roles. No word yet on how many of those will be sassy.