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Obsessed Taylor Swift fan arrested for stalking

11 March 2017, 12:43 | Clarence Schmidt

In NYC this week Mohammed Jaffar has been taken into custody after he was discovered lurking around her apartment building in New York City this week.

According to legal documents procured by Page Six, Mohammed was turned away only to later return four more times in the next two months, with his final visit on February 15th.

The crazed fan is a 29-year-old named Mohammed Jaffar, and this really freaked out Taylor. He allegedly made demands to see Swift in person last December and was barred from doing so but returned in January and February where the situation began to escalate. He has climbed up on the roof and has tried to enter her house by ringing the door bell several times.

A Taylor Swift fan has reportedly been arrested for stalking the singer at her NY apartment after reportedly waltzed around on the roof of her high-rise building and wandering the halls for several hours.

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Jaffer has been charged with stalking and burglary and has a $20,000 bond.

Before that, on February 6, court records said Jaffar entered Swift's building, loitered around her hallway and even hung out on the roof of the building for nearly four hours.

Not getting any joy at Taylor's apartment, Mohammed is also said to have bombarded her management team with 59 phone calls in just under three weeks. Judge David Frey signed off on an order of protection against Jaffar, which prevents him from making any contact with the singer.

We would think that Taylor would be extra safe in the glamorous building, which also houses Orlando Bloom and Steven Soderbergh.



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