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Taylor Swift sells private jet amid threats to sue student who tracks her emissions

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Taylor Swift sold her private jet for $40 million to a car insurance company.

The move comes amid pressure to reduce carbon emissions. She still owns a larger jet.

Swift’s lawyers sent a cease-and-desist letter to a student who tracked her flights, citing safety concerns.

Jack Sweeney, a junior at the University of Central Florida, said, “I think it’s important to note that nowhere do I intend for harm. I actually think Swift has some good songs.”

“I believe in transparency and public information,” he continued.

Sweeney was reportedly accused of “disregarding the personal safety of others”, “willful and repeated harassment” and “intentional, offensive, and outrageous conduct and consistent violations of our client’s privacy.”

Swift claims there is “no legitimate interest in or public need for this information, other than to stalk, harass, and exert dominion and control.”

The singer’s spokesperson mentioned efforts to travel less frequently, and the student defended his actions, emphasizing transparency.

Swift’s spokesperson said, “Before the tour kicked off in March of 2023, Taylor purchased more than double the carbon credits needed to offset all tour travel.”

Elon Musk posted, “Sweeney is an awful human being.”

“Taylor Swift is right to be concerned,” he continued.

Sweeney argued, “This information is already out there, her team thinks they can control the world.”

“Firstly I’d like to clarify that my intentions are not to cause harm. In fact, I actually like some of Swift’s songs. But I believe in the importance of transparency and public information, seemingly more so than Meta. As Meta suspended my @taylorswiftjets account on Instagram, Threads and Facebook. The accounts got suspended only hours after I received the letter from her team,” explained Sweeney.

The student’s social media accounts tracking other celebrities’ jets remain active.

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