Taylor Swift Gets Restraining Order Against Another Obsessed Fan!

Lawrence Kim
May 17, 2018

Last March, Jaffar was arrested in Swift's New York City building for burglary, stalking and trespassing.

Mohammed Jaffar, who lurked around Swift's Tribeca condo building for months - even making it up to her roof - in the hopes of getting a face-to-face meeting with the star, was sentenced to six months in jail with five months of probation.

The Manhattan District Attorney's Office says Jaffar pleaded guilty to attempted burglary in the second degree on Monday (May 7).

Jaffar was also ordered to complete a drug treatment program.

The overly obsessed fan refused to take no for an answer and proceeded to show up at Swift's building four more times over the next two months.

In February 2017, he gained entry into her building and was seen on surveillance video lurking in the hallway outside her penthouse apartment door.

The Post reports that Jaffar also called Swift's management company almost 60 times insisting he be connected to the 28-year-old pop star.

After a scare involving a stalker and an attempted break-in, Taylor Swift isn't taking any chances.

Sandrock was reportedly on probation for "disorderly conduct and discharging a firearm" in Colorado prior to the alleged felony stalking of Swift. A temporary restraining order was reportedly granted, which will stay in effect until a court hearing in June. He was carrying a rope with him at the time and wearing a mask and gloves. After the arrest, the cops found live ammunition, rope, latex gloves, and various masks inside his vehicle.

"Respondent told arresting officers that he suffers from severe depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and manic episodes", the petition said, according to NY Daily News.

Colorado police said Sandrock is on probation for firing a rifle at a man a year ago. Sandrock is required to stay 50 yards away from Swift, her property and any of her concerts or public appearances.

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