May 23, 2013 02:20 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
Most people would assume that it would be a good thing to look just like former Punk’d victim Taylor Swift, but according to one impersonator, it’s not as great as one might expect. This T Swift lookalike says she recently was beaten up and that the resulting broken jaw may damage her earning potential.
You’d think the drama between fans of Taylor Swift and fans of Harry Styles would have settled down by now, seeing as the two broke up several months ago. But Harry Styles devotees are apparently still on the attack, going so far as to harass Xenna Kristian, a young woman who makes a living by impersonating T Swift.
The problems began shortly after Taylor Swift started dating Harry Styles. Accustomed to being mistaken for Taylor, Xenna was surprised to find herself the subject of not flattery, but vitriol. During one incident last December, a number of girls shouted at Xenna, making it clear that they wanted her to “leave Harry Styles alone.”
The situation has definitely escalated since then. In the most recent attack, what began as insults quickly turned physical. “The girl came up behind me and dragged me off my chair by my pony tail, then started kicking me in the face. It just came as a complete shock.”
Because she’s suffered extensive bruising and damage to her jaw, Xenna Kristian will be forced to lie low for a bit. “I’ve had to cancel three appearances just from this week, and I won’t be able to do any more until the bruising goes.”
To hear all the details from Xenna Kristian herself, check out the video we’ve included below…and then tell us what you think!
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