Taylor Swift's "Stalker" Has Finally Been Arrested

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.

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.

The alleged stalker of Taylor Swift was arrested this week after numerous, yet unsuccessful, attempts to meet the singer over the last several months. Jaffar first showed up at Swift's apartment building in Tribeca to ask for a face-to-face meeting with Swift in December of 2016, and when that failed, he allegedly returned four more times.

Refusing to take no for answer, Jaffar then showed up to the glitzy Tribeca building four more times over the next two months, the most recent visit on February 15, according to a criminal complaint against him. On another occasion, Jaffar rang Swift's doorbell for an hour straight, before returning the next day and ringing it again for a further 45 minutes.

TMZ reports that Jaffar has been arrested on charges of stalking and burglary, and is being held in jail on a $20k bond.

Jaffar's campaign to meet Swift allegedly extended to him calling the singer's management company 59 times between 27 January and 16 February demanding to be put in touch with her. It's said Jaffar was on the roof between 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. The judge signed an order of protection to make sure he stays away from Swift.

We might think that the Taylor would be safer in the glamorous building.

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