On Saturday, January 20, CBS News reported that a man was handcuffed while trying to enter Taylor Swift’s Manhattan home. An unidentified person attempted to enter Swift’s Franklin Street townhouse in the afternoon. Police arrested a “disorderly person” trying to enter after receiving a call. The arrest was due to a 2017 summons warrant, not the event.
Intruder Arrested Outside Taylor Swift’s NYC Home
According to the latest information, the man has not been charged with Saturday’s attempted entry. Photos show authorities holding the man in front of Swift’s Tribeca house and transporting him to a police cruiser.
Swift has had security issues at her NYC home before. According to Rolling Stone, Joshua Christian, a Brooklyn guy, was charged with harassment and unlawful trespassing after threatening Swift at her Tribeca building in 2022.
In 2018, 22-year-old Roger Alvarado was arrested for sleeping at Swift’s Tribeca house. The Daily Mail said that Alvarado pleaded guilty to criminal contempt and burglary and received a six-month jail sentence, five years of probation, and mental health treatment.
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Alvarado violated probation twice more and was sentenced to two to four years in 2019 for breaking into Swift’s home. These occurrences highlight the necessity for solid protection for celebrities like Taylor Swift to protect their privacy and safety.
Swift’s Tribeca house has been repeatedly targeted by crooks, necessitating increased security and legal action. The recent arrest highlights the continuous efforts to protect prominent figures from threats.