AceShowbiz - Another intruder has broken into Taylor Swift's house. Roger Alvarado got into the "Look What You Made Me Do" songstress' NYC brownstone on early Friday, April 20 after he allegedly climbed up a ladder and smashed a window with his hand, TMZ reports.
Once he got into the house, he made himself comfortable, taking a shower and sleeping in a bed. Luckily, Taylor was not home at the time of the incident, but a witness who saw the alleged burglar called the cops. Roger was arrested inside the home and has been charged with stalking, burglary and criminal mischief.
This isn't the first time Taylor's house was targeted in crime. On April 14, Julius Sandrock was arrested outside the pop superstar's home in Los Angeles on suspicion of felony stalking. He had a knife, ammunition and a rope in possession during the arrest. Sandrock was released on $150,000 bail after obtaining a temporary restraining order preventing him from possessing guns.
Later, however, it's revealed that Julius is a wanted man in Colorado. A warrant is out for his arrest in Colorado after he failed a mandatory drug test two weeks before he made the trip to Los Angeles. According to the warrant, Julius violated his probation when he was arrested at Taylor's home. He also violated his probation by traveling out of Colorado without permission and is in trouble for skipping another drug test on April 8.
Just a few days prior to the incident, another man was taken into custody by police after trying to scale a wall at her Beverly Hills property. The 23-year-old homeless man was charged with a misdemeanour and sentenced to three days in prison.
Also earlier this month, a crazy fan was arrested for robbing a bank in an attempt to impress the country-turned-pop superstar. After robbing the bank in Connecticut, Bruce Rowley, 26, allegedly drove to Taylor's home in Rhode Island and threw some of the money over the fence of Taylor's house. He was booked for robbery in the second degree and larceny in the fourth degree.