Okay, so Taylor Swift has gone from writing about her musician lovers or whatever to canoodling with a Kennedy whose mother killed herself because his father was so horrible (or something). Now, being part of Camelot is a lot like getting an MTV Video Music Award with Kanye around—no one is happy! Victoria Gifford Kennedy claims that Swift and her boyfriend Conor Kennedy crashed her daughter's wedding this past weekend, "They texted me an hour before the wedding and asked if they could come. I responded with a very clear, ‘Please do not come.’"

So what happened? Well! Kyle Kennedy, daughter of Michael Kennedy (who died while playing "ski football" in 1998) was getting married at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston. And despite the protestations of Kyle's mother Victoria Gifford Kennedy (who, yes, is Frank Gifford's daughter) Swift and her boy still showed up. Victoria told the Boston Herald, "They came anyway. ... I personally went up to Ms. Swift, whose entrance distracted the entire event, politely introduced myself to her, and asked her as nicely as I could to leave. It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me."

Apparently when Swift, 22, and Conor Kennedy, a legal 18, appeared, "the singer’s appearance caused a mild commotion in the lobby with fans asking for pictures and autographs. Vicki said the duo left the reception during the dinner — and indeed pictures of Taylor walking through Haymarket in her wedding outfit were posted on Twitter and the singer was spotted in the North End." While Swift's spokeswoman denied that the music star was asked to leave (wow, Swift's spokeswoman denies that her boss did something wrong!), a Boston Herald source says that Swift was seen "being asked to leave."

Swift accompanied Conor Kennedy and other relatives to his mother's grave in Hyannis over the weekend. Mary Kennedy's body was MOVED from its original place in the Kennedy burial ground to a spot 700 feet away without permits and without alerting Mary Kennedy's siblings, who had been fighting with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. over whether she should even buried in Hyannis. This seems like a great time for Swift to read up on this advice for dating a Kennedy: "Do: All the driving... Don’t: Marry a Kennedy."