Kennedy was arrested last month following a bar fight, and a so-called “source” now tells the magazine, “Taylor’s confessed she finds him hotter than ever after his bad boy moment.” The outlet’s dubious insider goes on to purport that Swift has “been calling and texting” Kennedy “ever since [the arrest],” adding, “Taylor has always regretted the way she and Conor parted ways, but now her ‘Jackie O’ dream is reborn.” Gossip Cop, however, checked in with a reliable source close to the pop star, who exclusively assures us that the tabloid’s story is “ridiculously wrong” and she isn’t trying to reunite with Kennedy.Taylor Swift is reportedly dating Conor Kennedy, son of Robert Kennedy Jr., according to Gossip Cop.The Aspen Times reports that Kennedy, 22, also tussled briefly outside the bar with an Aspen police officer before he was arrested with the help of a bystander. Thursday when police were called to the Bootsy Bellows nightclub to deal with people who wouldn’t leave, Magnuson told the Aspen Times.
More recently, in 2015, she made a remarkable claim about growing taller, saying that "I grew an inch [in the past year], which means I'm the latest developing human in the world." said on 2/Aug/17 Rob, if Kendall and Gigi are 176 ,how can she be listed as same height as them? Just look at her next to Gigi, the're wearing same footwear (although I think Taylor's appears to be more massive, as if she has inner heels or something) ,she is so much shorter than her! goo.gl/Gzsxtc said on 22/Jul/17 Yeah, women usually wants to be about 5'11 with heels because its quite a lot for woman but not too much like 6'0 which is privilage at most for men.This could be an indicator that something somewhere in the relationship went terribly wrong.At their dating heydays, the two lovers were fondly referred to as Taylor squared but this union of two iconic teens was also short-lived.The bystander also helped the officer handcuff Kennedy. Kennedy immediately apologized to the officer, explaining that the fight started because the other man called his friend the “f-word.” It’s not entirely clear which “f-word” Kennedy was talking about, though he was most likely referring to a common homophobic slur, news reports say.