Shots Fired Outside Taylor Swift’s Tribeca Townhouse

FILE PHOTO: 2019 Billboard Music Awards- Arrivals – Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., May 1, 2019 – Taylor Swift. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Bullets were flying outside Taylor Swift’s ritzy Tribeca townhouse Sunday evening when shots broke out during an armed robbery at a local shop — the second shooting on the upscale block in a month, sources and witnesses said.

The robbery took place at Patron of New York, a sneaker store at 151 Franklin St., shortly after 5 p.m., next door to the Grammy-winning pop star’s $18 million home, with police recovering several shell casings.

Police said four shots were fired, though no one was hit.

“Suddenly we heard four shots and I was freaked out,” said a waiter at the nearby Tamarind Tribeca restaurant on Hudson Street.

“I saw people at the scene run. They look scared and jumped into a car.”

One local resident told The Post it was the second incident of gunfire on the block in a month.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Joe Marino, Elizabeth Rosner and Jorge Fitz-Gibbon