Taylor Swift just can't catch a break!
On Thursday, it was revealed that one Swiftie totally crossed the line as he's repeatedly gained access to her New York City apartment building and demanded a sit down with the starlet.
Taylor Swift has obtained an order of protection against a man she alleges has been stalking her for months.
According to Page Six Jaffar 29-year-old kept showing up unannounced to the singer's luxury condo for almost three months, demanding to have a sit-down meeting with the singer. Jaffar first showed up at Swift's apartment building in Tribeca to ask for a face-to-face meeting with Swift in December of 2016, and when that failed, he allegedly returned four more times.
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His most recent attempt to meet Swift at the apartment reportedly took place on 15 February. From January to February of this year, the accused is said to have called Swift's management company approximately 59 times and left a series of voicemails.
He also allegedly rang the Bad Blood singer's doorbell for an hour straight, before returning the following day to ring it again for 45 minutes.
Jaffar was finally arrested on March 6 on stalking and burglary charges and is being held on $20,000 bond. Alleged incidents include a February 6 attempt to gain access to Swift by accessing her apartment building's roof, where Jaffar stayed from 10AM until 2PM, at one point even getting so far as the hallway directly outside of her penthouse apartment.
We would think that Taylor would be extra safe in the glamorous building, which also houses Orlando Bloom and Steven Soderbergh.