Stalker Breaks Into Taylor Swift's Home: Here's What Happened

Taylor Swift's gonna need a bigger wall at her historic Bev Hills mansion... a man was busted for trespassing at the place

A man has been arrested after breaking into Taylor Swift's apartment in New York City on Friday, ET confirms. Alvarado, who lives in Homestead, Fla., was arrested and charged with stalking, burglary, criminal mischief and trespassing.

Swift purchased the Tribeca property a few months ago and it's now being renovated.

Alvarado was previously arrested at the same address on February 13 after breaking the front door with a shovel. According to TMZ, the stalker used an old-fashioned ladder and broke a window to gain entry. That led them to Roger Alvarado, 22, sleeping in Swift's bed, the New York Post reported.

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It's not surprising, as the townhouse is located right next to her monolithic penthouse which she purchased from Peter Jackson back in 2014. Swift was not at home during the incident. A homeless man was arrested in April after trying to scale a wall outside a home owned by the singer. TMZ also points out that though she bought the property a few months ago, she has yet to live there since buying. However, she was not home at the time. Earlier this week, a second stalker was found with a knife, gloves, rope, ammunition, and prescription medications near the same Beverly Hills property. He was arrested for felony stalking, and the Beverly Hills PD obtained a temporary firearms restraining order against the stalker.

It looks like Taylor Swift just can't catch a break. It's creepy and bad and you'll get arrested.

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