Taylor Swift Finds Perfect Song Lyric to Respond to Car Crash Into Gate of Her Home
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Summing up the lesson anyone can learn from the car chase gone wrong that happened right in front of her Rhode Island house, the pop singer quotes a lyric from her song 'Getaway Car'.

AceShowbiz - Nothing good comes with a stolen car and Taylor Swift has known this long before a reckless teenager wrecked the gate of her Rhode Island home. The country-turned-pop superstar has found the perfect song lyric from her catalog that seemingly sums up the lesson anyone can learn from the freaky car accident.

Seemingly finding the humor in the situation, the "Look What You Made Me Do" hitmaker commented on an ET Canada article about the crash, "Nothing good starts in a getaway car," along with a shrugging emoji. Her comment is pulled from her song "Getaway Car", which first line reads, "No, nothing good starts in a getaway car."

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On Wednesday, April 3, a teenager smashed a stolen car into the front gate of Taylor's house when he was pursued by police officers. The high-speed chase started in the early hours of Wednesday morning after an officer reportedly tried to conduct a traffic stop. The driver sped off in the car, with officers in pursuit. The driver eventually lost control and plowed into the main entrance gate at the superstar's estate. The "Bad Blood" singer was not home at the time of the crash.

The teenager was later booked for reckless driving, felony receiving stolen goods, obstructing an officer and driving on a suspended or denied license.

This was the latest incident that could give the singer another reason to fear for her safety at her house. The car accident came after Taylor's stalker pleaded guilty to criminal contempt after being caught breaking into the 29-year-old star Manhattan home for the second time.

Roger Alvarado visited Taylor's property last month, just weeks after he was released from a six-month stint in jail for a similar break-in at the same house in 2018. He now faces two to four years in prison.

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