Teenage Taylor Swift Lookalike Says She Got Assaulted At School Because She’s A Taylor Swift Lookalike

taylor swift 2013 Billboard Music AwardsThe media likes to take a swipe at Taylor Swift for her “Monopoly on Heartbreak,” to quote one outlet, as well as her tendency to date (like that’s weird or something?). But one 18-year-old claims that she endured literal punches simply for resembling Swift. And according to her, teachers didn’t do a damn thing to save her.

Daily Mail reports that Xenna Kristian has been able to take her Taylor Swift resemblance to new heights — particularly professional ones. She maintains that although she has been on the receiving end of bullying for her appearance, snide comments kicked into overdrive after she stared making money off those blunt blonde bangs. Much like Heidi Agan, the mother of two who was able to get a professional gig as a Kate Middleton lookalike, Xenna has reportedly been performing at parties and charities.

But now the young lady has had to cancel three appearances due to some injuries she sustained at school from some vicious bullys:

“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…Nothing like this has ever happened to me before. I still feel shaken up…”

Xenna’s friends reportedly jumped in to help her. But you know who didn’t, according to Xenna? The teachers. Meanwhile Xenna’s mom got probably the scariest phone call of her life, in which she was told that her daughter sustained injuries to her head and perhaps a broken jaw.

The incident has since been reported to the police.

When speaking of the attacker’s motivations, Xenna maintains that these other gals are “jealous that I’m going off to do something with my life.” That and pretty blonde bangs probably don’t help matters.

(photo: Nikki Nelson/WENN.com)

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    • Cee

      So this look a like gig is really a thing in England now? I also find there to be a curious amount of “woe im too pretty” stories coming from England (Hi Samantha Brick and Laura Ferner).
      Yes, its terrible she got attacked and adults should have intervened, but damn Im in the wrong country if just looking like someone gets you a steady income.

    • http://twitter.com/ptownstevesgirl Ptownsteveschick

      I’m really sorry she got attacked, but really I don’t see look a like at all.They are both blondes?

      • Jessie

        Check out the other story links in this article, they show pictures of her all done up in her Swift get-up, and it actually is quite similar.

    • esseh

      She looks more like Abigail Breslin

    • kid_you_not

      Attacker sounds like a Rachel Jeantel look-alike.

      • Anna Wilson

        Don’t be an ignorant racist. It reflects poorly on your upbringing and irritates everyone around you.

    • Mojojojo86

      She looks nothing like her. Her bone structure is completely different. Her mouth is different, her eye shape is different. This is stupid! I find it hard to believe it was just about her looks. And what is with all the Taylor Swift bashing? I realize she dates a lot, I get it, but at least she doesn’t settle for something she doesn’t want. I would rather my girls be serial daters then settle for anything they weren’t happy with. Too many people act like they just know the in’s and outs of every stars relationships, but we don’t, we don’t know EVERYTHING that goes on in their lives. At least Swift is classy, cute, and smart. Someone I’d be ok with my daughters looking up to, rather then say, Miley Cyrus.

    • Mr. E

      It feel like putting “Taylor Swift Lookalike” in the title is purposefully misleading in order to get page views. You could’ve said:
      A. Bullying victim who thinks that she looks like Taylor Swift
      B. Bullying victim who looks nothing like Taylor Swift
      C. Bullying victim who looks vaguely like Taylor Swift if you squint at a pixelated photo.
      D. Some random girl’s narcissistic sounding excuse for getting beat up.
      All HILARIOUS jokes aside, I find it slightly disconcerting that she considers impersonating someone who won’t be famous in 5 years as, “Going off to do something with my life.”
      It’d be nice if her parents could show her that valuing herself above a pop singer is more important than some immediate cash.
      Go to college, hone a skill, read a book, but love yourself as more than just an image.