Taylor Swift recently experienced another scary incident involving a unusual man trying to make himself at home in one of the properties she owns. Police say they discovered Alvarado after responding to a 911 call about a burglary.
Yet another of Taylor Swift's properties has been targeted by an unsavory character. Though someone reportedly alerted authorities after witnessing the break-in, Alvarado apparently had enough time to take a shower in Swift's bathroom before taking a little nap. He's being charged with stalking, burglary, and criminal mischief.
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.
This month, another man, this time from CT, robbed a bank and threw money over the fence of Swift's Rhode Island home in the hopes that it would impress the singer.
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The singer purchased the property a few months ago, but was not living there, the report said.
He claimed he had driven from Colorado to meet Taylor, and police allegedly found latex gloves, an empty gun holster, black rope and a knife in his vehicle.
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Bruce Rowley was arrested on April 5. The judge found that the stalker has been sending the 28-year-old star's father, Scott, from May 2015 to October 2016 emails wherein Hoover warned that he would kill the singer and the entire family.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News.