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The investigation began after a complaint against Taylor Swift's father for assault

The investigation began after a complaint against Taylor Swift's father for assault

Australian police announced that an investigation was opened on Tuesday in Australia after a complaint from a photographer alleging that he was assaulted by the father of American singer Taylor Swift.

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Police spokeswoman Alicia said: “Police reported that a 71-year-old man was accused of assaulting a 51-year-old man at Neutral Bay Wharf,” a ferry terminal in Sydney’s north, “before he left the scene.” McComsty. She added, “The young man was informed of the incident and the investigation is still ongoing.”

Photographer Ben McDonald told AFP that the alleged attacker was the father of pop star Scott Swift.

He said he was taking pictures of Taylor Swift on a yacht in Sydney Harbor after her tour of the city when he said the singer's security personnel raised an umbrella in front of him to prevent her from continuing while the singer fell. To the sidewalk to join the car.

After he left, the photographer claimed he was “shot in the ribs” by a man. He continued: “I didn't know who he was, but I looked at the pictures and saw him holding Taylor's hands and he was her father.” He added: “It was a shock. This has never happened to me in 26 years.”

Australian police do not usually reveal the identities of people under investigation.

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The case comes as Taylor Swift travels this week to Singapore, the only Southeast Asian stop on her headlining The Eras tour.