Taylor Swift ‘stalker’ Arrested Outside Of Her Apartment Following An Alleged Break-in Attempt

Aiexpress  –  On Saturday, law enforcement arrested an alleged stalker who had reportedly attempted to break into Taylor Swift’s New York City apartment.

According to the Daily Mail, a man referred to as “David” was arrested by New York police in Tribeca. The man was observed staring into the windows of Swift’s lobby, which led to his apprehension. He was taken into custody and transported in a police car after allegedly attempting to break in.

The NYPD informed The Messenger that on January 20, 2024, at around 1:35 PM, they responded to a 911 call regarding a disorderly person on Franklin Street, within the 1st Precinct area. Upon reaching the scene, the police were informed that the individual had tried to open a door to a building at that location. After conducting an investigation, it was discovered that the individual had an active warrant, leading to their arrest.

According to the NYPD, they were called to the scene due to a report of a “disorderly person.” However, witnesses observed that the suspect maintained a calm demeanor throughout the incident.

According to an eyewitness interviewed by Page Six, the individual in question was observed approaching Taylor’s door at approximately 1 p.m. The eyewitness was uncertain whether the person knocked or rang the doorbell, but noted that the interaction appeared to be amicable and devoid of any resistance or raised voices.



On Friday morning, there was an incident outside the same apartment where a man, dressed similarly to “David,” was observed loitering. Although the man was seen conversing with police officers, it remains unclear if any progress was made regarding the situation.

Swift has had other instances of stalkers breaking into her life before. In June 2023, a man was charged with stalking, intimidation, invasion of privacy, and harassment. In a 2018 interview with Elle, she shared that she carries bandages for gunshot or stab wounds out of fear for stalkers and other potentially violent individuals.

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