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Complaint in Australia |  The case for Taylor Swift's father is over

Complaint in Australia | The case for Taylor Swift's father is over

(SYDNEY) Taylor Swift's father will not face charges after a photographer said he punched him in the face on the Sydney waterfront just hours after the pop star's Australian tour ended last month.


Photographer Ben MacDonald said one of the security guards put an umbrella in front of his face and his camera, and Scott Swift attacked him at Neutral Bay Wharf, where the father and daughter were getting off the boat.

Taylor Swift's representatives responded by alleging that members of the media were assaulted during the conversation.

Australian police are investigating the incident. “No further police action will be taken,” he finally announced on Wednesday.

A statement from Australia's New South Wales Police said “no offense was found and the investigation concluded without the need for police action”.

More than 600,000 spectators attended the Australian Legs Eras Tour During seven concerts in Australian stadiums.

His tour broke records last year when it reportedly topped $1 billion, and an adaptation of his tour quickly topped the box office and became the highest-grossing concert film to date.

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