Taylor Swift’s dad involved: Spokesperson addresses photographer altercation

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Scott Swift and Taylor Swift.

LOS ANGELES, Feb 27, (Agencies): A representative for Taylor Swift is addressing recent reports surrounding an alleged altercation involving the pop superstar’s father, Scott Swift, and an Australian photographer in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

According to Swift’s spokesperson, “Two individuals were aggressively pushing their way towards Taylor, grabbing at her security personnel, and threatening to throw a female staff member into the water.” The statement aims to clarify the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Scott Swift, 71, had been accused of assaulting a photographer on Sydney’s North Shore shortly after Taylor’s latest performance. In response, local police released a statement indicating that they were investigating an “alleged assault after a 71-year-old man allegedly assaulted a 51-year-old man at Neutral Bay Wharf” around 2:30 am local time on Tuesday. However, the police were unable to confirm the identities of those involved.

“The younger man reported the incident, and inquiries are now underway by officers attached to North Shore Police Area Command. The man did not require medical treatment,” the police statement added.

Scott Swift has been a familiar presence at his daughter’s record-breaking tour, actively participating since its inception last spring. Recent sightings include him distributing food to fans and socializing with Swift’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, and actor Rebel Wilson in the VIP tent over the weekend.

Taylor Swift, 34, concluded her fourth and final Eras Tour show at Sydney’s Accor Stadium on Monday night. During her performance, she expressed gratitude, stating, “We have had the most wonderful time. I’ve got to tell you that. You are here in one of the most exciting cities in the world, and you chose to hang out with us. Thanks, guys!”

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