Sad Trend Continues: Yet Another Alleged Taylor Swift Stalker

by Sophie Craig April 22, 2018, 3:51
Sad Trend Continues: Yet Another Alleged Taylor Swift Stalker

Roger Alvarado, 22, of Homestead, Fla., was arrested after cops responded to a 12:30 a.m. call about a burglary at the Franklin Street address - a three-story property Swift purchased a few months ago, but wasn't living in.

A stalker broke into Taylor Swift's New York City townhouse and took a nap, police said. Swift was not home at the time.

"He is charged with stalking in the 1st, burglary, criminal mischief in the 3rd and criminal trespassing in the 3rd". According to the New York Daily News, neighbors saw Alvarado enter the building by breaking a window using nothing but his bare hand.

By the time police arrived, they had found that he had taken a shower before hopping into bed.

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

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NY Daily News has reported that Alvarado has actually been arrested before for trying to break into the property. 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.

Earlier this month, a man arrested for stalking Swift back in 2016 was sentenced to 10 years probation and will be GPS-monitored for a year.

Yet another man was arrested recently for robbing a bank then driving to Swift's Rhode Island home and tossing money over the fence in an effort to impress her.

Julius Sandrock also told police that owns multiple firearms.


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