A 22-year-old man, reportedly obsessed with Taylor Swift, was arrested in the early hours of Friday morning inside her New York City townhouse after he reportedly broke into her home.
According to TMZ , Roger Alvardo allegedly climbed a ladder and shattered a glass window with his hand. Once inside, Alvardo reportedly took a shower and slept in Swift’s bed when the police found and arrested him.
A witness close by had spotted Alvardo breaking into Swift’s home and immediately alerted the police
Swift was fortunately not at the townhouse at the time of the break-in, a property Swift bought just a few months ago.
Alvardo has since been charged with criminal trespass, stalking, criminal mischief, and burglary.
JUST IN: @NYPD1Pct arrests Roger Alvarado for breaking into @taylorswift13‘s Tribeca apartment, showering and sleeping there. He’s charged with Stalking, Burglary, Criminal Mischief and Criminal Trespassing. pic.twitter.com/gbVp2flnBY
— Myles Miller (@MylesMill) April 21, 2018
This is terrifyingly the fourth time something of this nature has happened to Swift. Earlier this month a 26-year-old Connecticut man was arrested and charged after reportedly robbing a bank, making his way to Swift’s Rhode Island home, and throwing the stolen money over her fence in a bid to impress her.
Bruce Rowley was arrested on April 5.
In an entirely separate incident, a 38-year-old man was again arrested outside Swift’s home in Beverley Hills under suspicion of stalking and was given a temporary restraining order. Julius Sandrock had been arrested wearing a mask and rubber gloves. A knife, ammunition, rope, more masks, gloves, and prescription medicine was also found inside his car upon police investigation.
Sandrock had reportedly driven from his home in Colorado to Swift’s home but she was fortunately not there at the time.
Another man, only described as a ‘transient’ was charged with a misdemeanour count of trespassing after he reportedly attempted to climb the wall of Swift’s Beverly Hills home. Swift’s security guards had given the man multiple warnings to climb down before the guard called the police.