Taylor Swift ignites a viral frenzy on X after sending her stalker a cease-and-desist letter

This time, Taylor Swift and her renowned private plane are in the news because the pop sensation sent a cease-and-desist letter to a college student for monitoring and posting real-time updates of her flights.

The complete letter that Swift's legal team sent in December is now available online.

The letter that Venable LLP, a Washington, D.C.-based legal company, sent on Taylor's behalf says as follows: “Please be advised that Venable LLP represents Ms. Taylor Swift (“Client”). We understand that you are the individual operating the Instagram account @taylorswiftjets, and the Threads account by the same name (the “Offending Accounts”).

"For the past year, through these Offending Accounts, you have engaged in stalking and harassing behavior, including consistently publishing real-time and precise information about our Client’s location and future whereabouts to the public on social media."

"This conduct poses an imminent threat to the safety and well-being of our Client and must stop."

"We request that you immediately cease and desist from any further publication of this information,  remove all currently-posted content on the Offending Accounts, and permanently terminate the operation of Offending Accounts (and any similar accounts involving our Client)."

Taylor Swift now just owns her other private aircraft, the Dassault 7X, which is said to be superior for longer trips. She recently sold her Dassault Falcon 900.

The internet community is more interested in the singer of Bad Blood's shorter flights—such as the ones she takes to grab mail from outside her house or turn out the lights in her bedroom—than they are in her larger flights.