This superstar had a a crazy incident go down at her NYC home. A man was arrested on Friday, August 13 for attempting to break into Taylor Swift's Tribeca apartment building.
According to Page Six, Patrick Nissen from Lincoln, Neb., was taken into custody by NYPD officers after a security guard reported that a man had breached the entrance of the 31-year-old singer's Manhattan residence.
The 28-year-old trespasser was reportedly charged with second-degree criminal trespassing for the attempted break-in.
This is far from the first time that this type of terrifying experience has happened to the "Lover" singer. As OK! previously reported, in March of 2017, a man named Mohammed Jaffar, who according to court documents wanted to meet the singer-songwriter and allegedly attempted to contact her many different times, attempted to break into her apartment in New York.
The man was reportedly charged with attempted burglary in the second degree and sentenced to six months in jail and five years of probation
Another incident went down back in April of 2018, when a fanatic stalker, Roger Alvarado, allegedly succeeded in breaking into the Grammy award winner's NYC home while she was fortunately not at home. The stalker allegedly took a shower and fell asleep in her bed.
A source spilled that the chart topping star has become somewhat of a "hermit" since romancing the 30-year-old actor who allegedly "loathes" attention and treasures privacy. "She's become like a recluse, seldom venturing out from their London apartment or her Nashville home where she's holed up with him," the insider said.