Man Sues President Biden for $500 Billion, Also Demands $100 Billion from Taylor Swift

A man previously charged with stalking superstar Taylor Swift has filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden, demanding $500 billion in damages in a bizarre legal case. The plaintiff, identified as Mitchell Taebel, has also demanded an additional $100 billion from Swift, though she is not named as a defendant in the suit.

Taebel, who describes himself as a “Celebrity TV Host Comedian Actor Speaker Published Author,” claims he was “very unfortunately framed” for sending threatening messages to Swift and her dancers on Instagram. Those charges were ultimately dropped “in the interest of justice,” according to Taebel’s court filing.

Taebel is referring to the 2023 case where he was arrested and charged with felony stalking and intimidation after allegedly traveling across the country to gain access to the singer, sending her threatening social media messages, and proposing marriage on his personal accounts. Those charges were eventually dismissed “in the best interest of justice” due to the unavailability of a witness.

Now, Taebel is taking his fight to the highest levels of government, suing President Biden. Taebel is claiming he suffered personal injury or harm entitling him to $500 billion in damages from the President. It remains to be seen how this unusual case will unfold, but Taebel appears undeterred, insisting he is the “Greatest Litigator” and also the “Most Attractive TV Host And Entertainer on Earth.”

Update: According to a court filing on April 9, Taebel was sent a notice for not submitting the full filing fee of $405. The case will be dismissed or remanded to state court if he fails to act on the notice within 30 days.

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