The 32-year-old singing sensation had an unwanted visitor at her New York City home on Thursday, January 27.
According to a report from TMZ, a crazed fan was arrested after crashing his car into the "Blank Space" singer's apartment building in the early hours of the morning. Law enforcement officers told the outlet that the man was seen driving down her street the wrong way before "reversing and striking the building."
The man reportedly stepped out of the car and went over to the intercom on the front door, which he tried ripping out of the wall. In the photos obtained by the outlet, the intercom system appears to be completely destroyed with all of its wires sticking out.
Someone on the scene is believed to have called 911, causing NYPD officers to show up and take the man into custody and bring him to a nearby hospital. He is reportedly facing potential charges for driving while intoxicated and criminal mischief as cops claimed he was noticeably drunk during the incident.
Law enforcement officers also noted that the man claimed he would not leave the area until he met Swift, although it is unclear whether or not the Grammy-winner was at home at the time.
This isn't the first time the "cardigan" singer has dealt with unwanted trespassers on her property, as just months prior another stalker was arrested for trying to break into the Tribeca apartment building.
In August 2021, the man by the name of Patrick Nissen was able to breach the entrance to the Manhattan residence, prompting officers to arrest him and he was later charged with second-degree criminal trespassing.
Several men have also been arrested at her homes throughout the country, including her Rhode Island mansion and her Beverly Hills estate, but the New York City location seems to be the most popular place for her stalkers to flock to.
As OK! previously reported, another man named Mohammed Jaffar was also arrested after also attempting to break into the apartment in 2017, for which he ended up spending six months in jail and five years of probation.
Additionally, back in April 2018, stalker Roger Alvarado actually succeeded in breaking into the apartment, where he allegedly took a shower and fell asleep in her bed, although the "Wildest Dreams" songstress was luckily not home at the time.