Stalker breaks into Taylor Swift's NY home, takes nap

  • Stalker breaks into Taylor Swift's NY home, takes nap

Stalker breaks into Taylor Swift's NY home, takes nap

Taylor Swift's alleged burglar Roger Alvarado made himself at home when he broke into her Brownstone on Friday. But, thanks to her trusting neighbor who called the cops, Roger was arrested inside the home.

The pop star was not in her apartment during either incident.

It was the third time this month that someone has been arrested at one of Swift's properties. Police say that he had also showered there. Authorities said they found him sleeping in the singer's bed. (Time Magazine) Swift purchased the property for $18 million (US).

The man was arrested on charges of burglary, trespassing, stalking and criminal mischief.

The tune, which didn't make the cut on her 2012 album Red, has already reached number two on the United States iTunes charts.

On April 14, Julius Sandrock, 38, from Colorado, was arrested on suspicion of stalking Swift outside her Beverly Hills home in Los Angeles.

The police report, obtained by The Blast, revealed the man was wearing a mask and rubber gloves and carrying a knife, live ammunition, and black rope.

As a way to assist shield celebrities, some communities have handed legal guidelines that make stalking against the law, or have restricted public entry to data concerning celebrities' driving information and residential addresses.