Taylor Swift's alleged stalker arrested

This is one man Taylor Swift can't seem to shake off.

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. He was captured on surveillance footage lingering in the hallway directly outside Swift's penthouse apartment door and on the building's roof from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m, court papers charge.

The alleged stalker of Taylor Swift was arrested this week after numerous, yet unsuccessful, attempts to meet the singer over the last several months.

It's not clear if Taylor was home at the time, though the site revealed that Jaffar has now been arrested for stalking and burglary and is being held on a $20k (£17k) bond right now. And Mohammed hasn't just harassed Taylor, as he's reportedly called the A-lister's management company 59 times between January 27 and February 16.

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Jaffar is the latest person to be arrested for stalking Swift. Judge David Frey also granted Swift an order of protection against Jaffar, barring him from having any contact with the superstar.

According to the legal documents Hoover allegedly followed Taylor to the airport following her performance at the sporting event and even managed to get pretty close to the "Bad Blood" singer before he was taken down by the star's bodyguard.

The whole incident left Taylor really freaked out, and we can't imagine that she has to go through the same trouble again with this stalker.

This isn't the first incidence in which Swift has dealt with stalkers.

  • Sonia Alvarado