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Taylor Swift becomes victim of vicious campaign as private jets vandalised

Taylor Swift received major blow as activists broke in a private property

By Web Desk
June 21, 2024
Taylor Swift becomes victim of vicious campaign as private jets vandalised

Taylor Swift sparked concerns among her fans after two climate activists filmed themselves breaking and entering Stanstead Airport, where the singer’s private jet is usually parked.

In a video making rounds on social media, members of the Just Oil campaign could be seen gaining access to a private area of the airport.

The duo went on to vandalise two luxury planes by using a fire extinguishers filled with orange spray paint; however, it has been confirmed by authorities that none of those belonged to the Midnights artist.

The suspects have been arrested by the Essex police over charges of criminal damage and interference with national infrastructure.

For the unversed, Taylor has been long reprimanded by climate activists and environmentalists for her frequent use of private jets to travel across close regions.

In 2022 she was named as one of the “worst private jet CO2 emission offenders” among celebrities in a list published by British sustainability marketing firm Yard.

The Grammy winner has been on Eras tour since last year, utilizing the fuel-guzzling plane to commute across the globe.