Taylor Swift orders the 21-year-old who tracked Musk's jet to stop tracking hers.

A college student who records the pop star's and other wealthy and well-known people's private jet travels has been threatened with legal action by Taylor Swift's attorneys.

In a letter dated December 22, attorney Venable LLP accused student Jack Sweeney of "stalking and harassing behavior."  

which included "consistently publishing real-time and precise information about our client's location." A copy of the letter was sent to Sweeney. 

Sweeney, 21, a student at the University of Central Florida, tracks the private planes of the ultra-wealthy, such as politicians, celebrities, billionaires, Russian oligarchs.

And others, using information made available to the public by the Federal Aviation Administration.

In a statement, Sweeney stated, "You should have a reasonable expectation that your jet will be tracked whether or not I do it." "It is, after all, public knowledge."  

Social media observers have been more critical of Swift's travels in recent months, highlighting the quantity of carbon emissions from her private aircraft. 

With about 8,300 tons of carbon dioxide emissions in 2022, she was the top polluter. 

Scott moved his business to Hendersonville, Tennessee, to support Taylor’s music career. 

Swifties can expect an intimate glimpse into Taylor’s family dynamics in the documentary. 

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