A man named Mohammed Jaffar has been arrested for allegedly stalking Taylor Swift at her Tribeca home for three months.
Mohammed Jaffar was arrested on March 6 for stalking and burglary after having allegedly tailed the 'Bad Blood' hitmaker for months, according to the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column. The publication reports that Mohammed, 29, had been lingering around her home in Tribeca, New York City, for the past three months in order to land a face-to-face meeting with the blonde beauty.
According to court papers obtained by Page Six, Mohammed started his campaign in December when he arrived at her home and asked for a meeting with Taylor, 27, before being turned away. He then allegedly turned up to her building four more times in the space of two months, with the most recent visit taking place on February 15.
Documents also claim that on one visit to the 'Shake It Off' singer's home, Mohammed rang the doorbell to the building for "an hour straight" in an attempt to get her attention. When no-one answered, the documents allege he returned the next day to try again, this time ringing for approximately 45 minutes.
On February 6, Page Six alleges Mohammed managed to find his way into Taylor's apartment building, and was captured on CCTV footage lingering in the hallway outside her penthouse apartment door.
During this time, he was reportedly also seen on the building's roof between 10am to 2pm, according to the court papers.
Not content with the in-person approaches, the court documents also claim Mohammed made a whopping 59 calls to the 'Blank Space' musician's management team between January 27 and February 16, where he allegedly demanded a meeting with the pop megastar.
Mohammed is currently being held on a $20,000 bond, and Judge David Frey has reportedly signed off on an order of protection which prevents him from having any contact with Taylor.