Taylor Swift’s Father Escapes An Assault Accusation In Australia

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Taylor Swift’s father is not going to face charges for allegedly attacking a paparazzo in Australia.

51-year-old Ben McDonald told police On February 27, Scott Swift, 72, punched him in the face on a Sydney dock. He didn’t require medical attention.

At the time, a T-Swift representative claimed that two persons had been acting aggressively toward the megastar.

New South Wales police announced on Tuesday that they will not be taking any more action following a month-long investigation.

The fight happened shortly after Tay Tay’s last Eras Tour performance in Sydney, following her disembarkation from a yacht.

The singer, hidden behind an umbrella, is seen strolling along Neutral Bay Wharf with her father and security officers in a footage released by Australian media at around 2:30 local time (15:30 GMT).

Before two voices, purportedly belonging to a photographer and a guard, accuse one another of touching umbrellas, cameras flare. It’s unclear if the claimed incident is captured on the video.

According to Mr. McDonald, when Mr. Swift “charged in” and attacked him without warning, she was already inside a car.

“I’ve been doing this for 23 years and I haven’t been in a situation where someone’s hit me in the chops,” he said.

“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 singer’s the representative said, despite the situation.

Called “Papa Swift” by the pop sensation’s fans, Mr. Swift departed the nation soon after the event and has been traveling with his daughter on her worldwide Eras Tour.

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