Taylor Swift’s alleged stalker has been arrested after trying to break into a NYC home

Almost ten years, singer Taylor Swift enjoyed life in Manhattan $50 million mix in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood, an 8,300-square-foot duplex she assembled from a set of adjoining houses on Franklin Street. The peace on her cobbled street was briefly disturbed on Saturday, but the commotion was not caused by the star’s comings and goings. A man instead some outlets are being referred to as a «suspected stalker», prompting a police response after he was photographed on Swift’s doorstep.

Witness who talked to Page Six, says the man «walked up to Taylor’s door» on Saturday around 1 p.m. «I’m not sure if he knocked or rang the doorbell,» the person said. Around the same time, a spokesperson for the NYPD says, a 911 call was made in reference to a «disorderly person» in the area. «Upon arrival, (police) were informed that an individual attempted to open a door to a building at the location,» Page Six quoted an NPYD source as saying. Photos from the place confirm that man he was at Swift’s door.

It wasn’t the first time the man had been spotted in the area, unnamed witnesses tell Page Six. One said he was «sleeping on a bed», while another said he had been seen in the area «for a month». Another neighbor, also unnamed, told the newspaper that «When he arrived before Christmas, my husband asked what he was doing here and said, ‘I want to see Taylor’.»

However, it was not the alleged threats against Swift that led to his arrest, but an unrelated incident seven years earlier, TMZ reports. A warrant for the man’s arrest was reportedly issued in 2017 after he allegedly «failed to respond to a subpoena in Brooklyn.» The man, who has not been publicly identified, appears to have eluded law enforcement since then. (Vanity Fair requested comment from the NYPD but had not received a response by the time of publication.)

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It’s unclear who called the police or if Swift was home when the incident occurred, but the singer is no stranger to threats and unwanted advances from strangers. Her beachside mansion has been the target of stalkers since Swift bought it in 2013, the last time the 54-year-old refused to leave its Rhode Island gates last July.

And in 2018, a man named Roger Alvarado broke into the same house the police were called to Saturday, where he showered and fell asleep in one of Swift’s beds. He was sentenced to six months in prison in 2019. In 2022, a man from Brooklyn appointed Joshua Christian allegedly believed Swift was held hostage in the home and allegedly entered the building through an unlocked door. A judge ordered him to stay away from Swift subsequent hearing.

The problem is persistent enough for Swift to address in the essay titled «30 Things I Learned Before I Was 30». In the piece, he writes, «Websites and tabloids have taken it upon themselves to publish every home address I’ve ever had online,» and that «you get enough stalkers trying to break into your house that you start preparing for bad things .»

That is, Swift wrote, «We must live bravely to feel truly alive, and that means not being controlled by our greatest fears.» Until then, Swift is still expected to show up in New York in just a few hours because her boyfriend, the Kansas City Chiefs, is tight. Travis Kelce, takes the field in New York’s Orchard Park for the AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills. The game begins at Highmark Stadium at 6:30 PM ET.

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