AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift has spoiled a fan who got an unpleasant experience at one of her "Eras" shows. A woman named Kelly Inglis Kelly, who got harassed by a security guard at the Lincoln Financial Field stadium in Philadelphia, revealed that the singer gave her free tickets.
Kelly divulged to DailyMail.com that she got free tickets for Sunday, May 14 show. She also detailed what happened at the Saturday concert by saying, "I was just dancing, and this security guard was just crazy, yelling at us... He didn't want us to take photos in front of the stage. He was being very strict."
Claiming that "every time he passed us we had to stand back because we were worried he would kick us out," Kelly added, "He had been like that all night, he was really annoyed." The teacher further noted, "I know Taylor Swift - she wants people to come to her shows and have fun. I wasn't doing anything outrageous, I wasn't trying to get to the other side of the barrier."
In a video from the incident, Taylor could be seen performing her hit "Bad Blood" when she began speaking to someone in the crowd. "She's fine," the superstar said from the edge of the stage, seemingly telling the security guard. "She wasn't doing anything. Hey, stop! Stop."
Following the ordeal, a fan who was seemingly at the location explained on Twitter, "Taylor was yelling at a security guard because they fully kept putting their hands on us to physically push us off of the barricade instead of just telling us to move." The user continued, "It's really scary how every single man had a power trip towards every single women who was standing on the barricade."
"All the men didn't even hesitate to touch us to move us and they were very very aggressive when they were doing it," the person elaborated. "+ we weren't throwing anything, we weren't screaming anything insane... she was fully coming over to dance and sing with us and it resulted in security being extremely aggressive for no reason."