Taylor Swift, who was on a secret tour to New Zealand to shoot her latest video could be facing a lawsuit suit soon. The singer apparently tried to shoot her video while 'Risking Bird Habitat' of an endangered rare bird species called Dotterel.
Taylor Swift, the 'Bad Blood' singer was in New Zealand for a week working on her new video. The media was unaware of her tour until the news regarding her wild behavior towards the wild life in Auckland broke, yesterday, November 25, 2015.
Taylor's production team was given permission to shoot on the Bethells beach in Auckland using maximum of two vehicles as the beach side is the habitat of Dotterels, the endangered species of birds. But team Taylor overdid that and angered the beachgoers, too.
The production team entered the beach with multiple huge vans and many other four wheelers. The authorities when informed about the incident, were really upset as these birds build nest in the sand and they are usually run over by vehicles and crushed by humans while just walking.
The chairwomen of the Waitakere Ranges Local Board said they are looking into the matter. If any damage has been caused to the birds, then Taylor is going to face some serious consequences. The singer was spotted boarding her private airplane, today, from Auckland.
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Chairwoman Coney said,"It's really disappointing that such a large number of vehicles would park all over the beach and drive all over the beach." She said she really liked Taylor's music until she got to witness the brutal act from her team's end.
Sounding agitated, Coney jokingly said, "I don't know whether 'Shake It Off' is the right thing. But she's got another song ("Wildest Dreams") that says 'say you'll remember me', maybe I'll do that instead."