A few weeks ago, a man was arrested attempting to climb the wall of Taylor Swift’s mansion located in Beverly Hills. The trespasser did so while screaming the singer’s name. Earlier last week another man wearing a mask and rubber gloves and armed with a knife, a rope, and live rounds of ammunition was arrested outside that same Beverly hills property. And now a third man has also been arrested for breaking into one of the singer’s homes.
According to TMZ, a man named Roger Alvarado was arrested on Friday April 20th after breaking into a New York City brownstone which is owned by Swift. According to police sources, the guy entered the house by climbing up a ladder and breaking a window with his hand. He then proceeded to make himself at home, taking a shower and falling asleep in a bed inside the property.
Luckily, Taylor wasn’t home at the time, she bought the property a few months ago but has never lived there. A witness saw Alvarado breaking into the house and then called the police, who arrested him inside the home. He’s being charged with stalking, burglary, and criminal mischief.
Stereogum’s Peter Helman had this sage advice to any future would be trespassers, ‘Here’s a free public service announcement: Don’t break into Taylor Swift’s house. It’s creepy and bad and you’ll get arrested. Just don’t do it.’
In a bizarre turn of events it’s emerged that Travis Reinking, a man suspected of killing four people at a Waffle House restaurant in Nashville at the weekend (22nd April) once reportedly claimed that he was being stalked by Swift. Reinking claimed that the star hacked his phone and Netflix account.
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