Taylor Swift accuses photographers of being "aggressive" after her father is reported to have assaulted  

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The reports that her father, Scott Swift, allegedly attacked a photographer on Sydney's North Shore on Tuesday, February 27, have been addressed by Taylor Swift's team.   

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Shortly after Swift's performance in the Australian city, the incident occurred.  

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Swift's camp has now claimed through a spokesman that the photographer behaved in a “aggressive” manner toward the celebrity and her group.  

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Taylor's representative told The Mirror that two people were "aggressively pushing their way towards her, grabbing at her security personnel, and threatening to throw a female staff member into the water."  

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In a statement, officials from the North Shore Police Area Command verified the occurrence. They would not, however, reveal who was involved.   

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Around 2:30 am local time, they claimed they were looking into a "alleged assault after a 71-year-old man allegedly assaulted a 51-year-old man at Neutral Bay Wharf."   

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"The younger man reported the incident, and North Shore Police Area Command officers are currently investigating." The statement said that the man did not need medical attention.  

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Later, Australia's Sky News revealed that Scott was one of the participants in the altercation. Ben McDonald, the CEO of Matrix Media Group, was named as the photographer.   

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It was said that McDonald was shooting pictures of Swift when she and Scott disembarked off a yacht at Neutral Bay. According to ABC, Swift and her father had gotten into a waiting car when the attack happened.   

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