Taylor Swift had a candid answer after a stolen car crashed on Tuesday at the door of her home on Rhode Island Beach.
The singer "Look what you did for me" responded to the Entertainment Tonight-Canada Instagram posting about the news.
"Nothing good starts in a car vanishing," she commented alongside a "shrugging" emoji, according to a screenshot shared by the popular Comments By Celebs account.
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The singer's comment seems to come from her song "Getaway Car", which begins with the phrase, "No, nothing good starts in a car on the run."
Police said the lawsuit began on Tuesday around 1 am when a Hopkinton officer on patrol found that the car had no license plate and tried to pick him up. # 39; stop. The pursuit, which reached a speed of 65 mph, crossed the west, where Swift's residence is located on the beach.
The car failed to negotiate a 90-degree curve near Swift's house, hit the wall in front of his property and ricocheted in the front door, according to police reports. The authorities estimated that the car, which was allegedly stolen in Connecticut, was around 35 mph at the time.
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Three of the occupants of the car – the 19-year-old driver, an 18-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy – were taken to hospital with injuries described as non-fatal. A fourth occupant, aged 18, escaped on foot but was found shortly after 4 am Tuesday when his brother drove out of Connecticut to pick him up.
Swift recently reported stalking problems, but the police said there was no indication that the occupants of the vehicle knew who owned the house.
Sasha Savitsky of Fox News contributed to this story.