Taylor Swift Stalker Arrested After Hiding on Singer's Roof

This lines up with the D.A.'s docs which say Mohammed was caught on surveillance video February 6. walking the hallway and roof of Taylor's building.

ABC NewsTaylor Swift's got some major "Bad Blood" with a 29-year-old man who's been stalking her.

Reportedly, Mohammed Jaffar first showed up at Miz Swift's apartment back in December, where he requested a face-to-face with the Blank Space singer.

Mohammed Jaffar had the handcuffs slapped on him after he allegedly stalked the superstar over a number of months in New York City.




The crazed fan is a 29-year-old named Mohammed Jaffar, and this really freaked out Taylor. In court papers, Swift also states that Jaffar returned two other times, ringing her buzzer for up to an hour straight. Alleged incidents include a February 6 attempt to gain access to Swift by accessing her apartment building's roof, where Jaffar stayed from 10AM until 2PM, at one point even getting so far as the hallway directly outside of her penthouse apartment.

Jaffar was finally arrested on March 6 on stalking and burglary charges and is being held on $20,000 bond.

Not getting any joy at Taylor's apartment, Mohammed is also said to have bombarded her management team with 59 phone calls in just under three weeks.

Thankfully, Judge David Frey is taking this situation seriously as he has issued an order of protection against Jaffar, which bars the man from contacting Swift in any way. Her star-studded neighbors in the 10-unit building include Orlando Bloom and director Steven Soderbergh, according to StreetEasy.

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