Who Murdered Taylor Swift?

Dec 3, 2021, Taylor Swift’s body was found in her $25 million dollar Hollywood mansion. A cleaning lady that wished to not be identified claimed that she found the body face down on the bed. The body was reported to have been found cold, lifeless, and unresponsive; much like her romantic life. The cleaning lady claimed that it was not unusual for Taylor Swift to be knocked out and difficult to wake, as Taylor would stay up all night and have relationships with strange men that would line up outside her bedroom. The cleaning lady stated that it is not her place to judge, as Taylor Swift has provided her family with numerous opportunities. The cleaning lady would not divulge on what she meant by opportunities.

Authorities have not given a statement regarding how Taylor Swift had died, other than it seemed like a crime of passion. Law enforcement has, however, claimed that they plan on doing a thorough investigation, and that knowing Taylor Swifts dating record, they’ve got an extensive amount of work to do.

Taylor Swift
In 2004, at age 14, Taylor Swift signed a music publishing deal with Sony/ATV, thereby becoming the youngest signing in the company’s history. In 2006 Swift signed with Big Machine Records and scored her first Top 40 hit with “Tim McGraw.” She then released four more singles and a self-titled album.

To keep appearances that things are normal, Taylor Swifts producer claimed that they’re implementing operation Deep Fake Taylor or D.F.T for short. Taylor Swift had a lot of business opportunities in the works, and the they’ve all agreed that it would be in everyone’s best interest to keep the image of Taylor Swift alive. Swift’s producer stated that they’ve planned with for sometimes, really. He stated that given Taylor’s dating life, she was bound to the victim of a jealous lover, and they’ve spent years developing D.F.T.

The big question still remains, however. Who murdered Taylor Swift?

Find out more about Taylor Swift’s mysterious murder in Hollywood Holocaust.

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