Australian police said that they were looking into a 71-year-old man's possible attack on a photojournalist that happened in Sydney early on Tuesday. The guy was identified by the accuser as Scott Swift, Taylor Swift's father.
According to police spokesperson Alicia McCumstie, "police have been told a 71-year-old man allegedly assaulted a 51-year-old man at Neutral Bay Wharf about 2:30 am (1530 GMT Monday) before leaving the location." "The younger man reported the incident and enquiries are now under way by officers attached to North Shore police Area Command."

Ben McDonald, the purported victim, revealed to AFP that the guy was Scott Swift, Swift's father.
Following the final of her four performances in the city, McDonald claimed to have been taking pictures of the US pop diva aboard a "super yacht" in Sydney Harbour.
McDonald claims that when Taylor Swift was making her way down the jetty to a waiting car, Swift's security positioned an umbrella in front of him to keep him from getting pictures of her.
McDonald said that a guy approached him after Swift left and "punched me in the chops."

"I didn't know who he was, but I looked at photos and saw him holding hands with Taylor, and it was her dad."
"It was unexpected. I've never experienced that in my 26 years," he remarked.
Australian police often don't make the identities of those they accuse or allege crimes public.
Right now, Taylor Swift is midway through her massive global tour, the Eras Tour.
This week, she is scheduled to go to singapore for the second part of a musical tour that Pollstar predicts will make over $1 billion, making it the highest-grossing musical tour ever.

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