College student Jack Sweeney continues to track Taylor Swift’s whereabouts as she heads to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl, despite her lawyers threatening her with a lawsuit.
Sweeney, a 21-year-old student at the University of Central Florida, has managed several accounts that track the flight paths of planes and helicopters owned by celebrities, billionaires, politicians and other high-profile figures.
One such celebrity is Swift, who has received criticism for her use of private jets due to the planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions released with each flight.
In addition to monitoring her movements, Sweeney’s account has also been documenting the amount of CO2 Swift’s private jet has been producing, prompting the pop star’s lawyers to threaten a lawsuit for “stalking behavior.” and harassment.”
College student Jack Sweeney (right) continues to track Taylor Swift’s whereabouts as he heads to Las Vegas.
Swift’s lawyers have threatened Sweeney, a 21-year-old student at the University of Central Florida, with legal action for “stalking and harassing behavior.”
But Sweeney is still following the pop star on her 5,500-mile journey from Tokyo to Las Vegas.
Swift heads to Sin City to cheer on boyfriend Travis Kelce at the Super Bowl
However, despite the threat of legal action, Sweeney continues to follow Swift’s movements as the 14-time Grammy winner embarks on a 5,500-mile journey from her final Eras Tour stop in Tokyo to Las Vegas, where she will see her boyfriend Travis Kelce. and the Kansas City Chiefs face the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl.
The student shared photos of her private jet landing in Los Angeles, where she arrived on Saturday night before her final trip to Las Vegas, along with the flight number and even alleged messages exchanged during the flight by the cabin crew. .
He also stated that any documented airplay for Taylor’s trip to Las Vegas would have to be doubled, since VistaJet, the airline that flew her to the Super Bowl, also flew a backup plane with her.
Sweeney’s accounts use publicly available data and also share estimates of his planetary warning emissions: the young college student first confronted Elon Musk in 2022 for sharing the details of his plane.
In a statement to DailyMail.com, Sweeney said: “I think it’s important to point out that I mean no harm to either side.” I actually think Swift has some good songs.
‘I believe in transparency and public information.’
Swift’s lawyers in Washington recently said their client “would have no choice but to pursue any and all legal remedies” if she did not stop her “stalking and harassing behavior,” according to the Washington Post.
She was protected by an umbrella as she made her quick getaway to LAX on Saturday.
The singer has just concluded her last concert of the Eras Tour in Tokyo, Japan.
It added that Sweeney’s stories had caused Swift and her family “direct and irreparable harm, as well as emotional and physical distress”, as well as increasing her “constant state of fear for her personal safety”.
The letter, which was sent to Sweeney’s family home, said there was “no legitimate interest or public need for this information, other than to stalk, harass, and exert dominance and control.”
Written by Katie Wright Morrone of the Venable law firm, the strongly worded cease and desist accused Sweeney of treating it like a “game.”
“While this may be a game for you, or an avenue you hope will bring you wealth or fame, it is a matter of life and death for our Client,” Morrone added.
Swift was seen quickly fleeing LAX on Saturday night after completing the first leg of her mad dash to reunite with Kelce at the Super Bowl.
The singer landed in Los Angeles after an eight-hour flight from Tokyo, arriving to a frenzy of media and fans and a high police presence at the airport.
He attempted to keep a low profile as he disembarked from the private jet carrying the call sign ‘The Football Era’ which was tracked by more than 32,000 people and immediately escaped the airport to head to his home in Los Angeles, one of his many properties.
A fleet of SUVs pulled up next to the airport’s private terminal hangar to take the 34-year-old woman away and she was seen running towards the waiting vehicles, protected by an umbrella in new footage.
The singer hid from the circus of fans and media that had gathered at the airport for her arrival, before getting into the vehicle.
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