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Taylor Swift offers with third alleged stalker this month, authorities say

22 April 2018, 03:50 | Lowell Little

Taylor Swift has dealt with stalkers on both coasts in recent months Credit AP

Taylor Swift has dealt with stalkers on both coasts in recent months

For the third time this month, an intruder was arrested on the property around one of Taylor Swift's homes.

Taylor Swift hasn't been home for any of the recent alleged stalking incidents at her homes in California and NY, authorities say. As reported by TMZ, this latest incident was particularly alarming because the man actually managed to make it inside her Manhattan townhouse. According to law enforcement sources, the guy entered the house by climbing up a ladder and smashing a window with his hand.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, police found Roger Alvarado asleep in the superstar's home in the Tribeca neighborhood when they responded to reports of a break-in. The man was arrested inside the home and charged with burglary, stalking and criminal mischief.

Late on Thursday night, an intruder broke into Taylor's NY apartment.




He then proceeded to take a shower and hunker down in a bed before police, who were called by a witness, took him into custody.

Back on February 13th he was arrested for trying to gain access 'with a shovel'. Authorities discovered a stash of disturbing items inside Sandrock's vehicle, including rope, two types of gloves, live rounds of ammunition, prescription medications, and a knife.

The suspect, Julius Alexander Sandrock, was arrested on Saturday and taken into custody for felony stalking.



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