Taylor Swift is ‘terrified’ for her well-being after details of her ongoing travel itinerary leaked online.
According to a report from The Sun, environmental advocate groups who track private jet usage leaked details of Swift’s travel itinerary last week, and sources told the outlet the Grammy-winner, 32, ‘is terrified that they are putting a target on her everywhere she goes.’
Swift – who is slated to direct her first feature film – is primarily concerned as she has had to deal with a number of stalkers over the years, and in turn, has ‘invested loads in the technology’ to protect her privacy, including keeping details of her travel schedule under wraps.
The latest: Taylor Swift, 32, is ‘terrified’ for her well-being after details of her ongoing travel itinerary leaked online. She was snapped last month in Los Angeles
A security expert told The Sun that the people who have leaked Swift’s information ‘could be held accountable … if something happens’ to the singer.
‘She is one of the most stalked celebrities in the world and her safety is being put at risk under the guise that it is eco-conscious, when in fact it is nothing more than another way to stalk her,’ the expert said.
The Shake It Off singer was involved in a controversy involving her private jet usage earlier this year when she landed atop a list of the ‘Celebs with the Worst Private Jet Co2 Emissions,’ a study conducted by the marketing firm Yard.
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Swift is primarily concerned as she has had to deal with a number of stalkers over the years , and in turn, has ‘invested loads in the technology’ to protect her privacy, including keeping details of her travel schedule under wraps. Pictured last month in Germany
The Anti-Hero artist ‘feels she is back to square one’ in her efforts to maintain her safety, the source said
The study concluded that the We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together singer had taken 170 total flights spanning the timeframe from January to July, amassing 22,923 minutes in the air, a total of 15.9 days.
‘Taylor’s jet has an average flight time of just 80 minutes and an average of 139.36 miles per flight,’ the study said. ‘Her total flight emissions for the year come in at 8,293.54 tonnes, or 1,184.8 times more than the average person’s total annual emissions. Taylor’s shortest recorded flight of 2022 was just 36 minutes, flying from Missouri to Nashville.’
A spokesperson for the songstress told E! News in response that ‘Taylor’s jet is loaned out regularly to other individuals,’ and that ‘to attribute most or all of these trips to her is blatantly incorrect.’