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Taylor Swift Granted Order of Protection Against Alleged Stalker

11 March 2017

According to a report from Page Six, 29-year-old Mohammed Jaffar repeatedly attempted to gain access to Swift's New York City residence.

Mohammed Jaffar, 29, launched his creepy campaign in December, when he arrived at Swift's Franklin Street address and requested a sit-down with her before being ordered to get lost, the documents state. He also allegedly contacted Swift's management company 59 times between January 27 and February 16 in an attempt to see her.

Before that, on February 6, court records said Jaffar entered Swift's building, loitered around her hallway and even hung out on the roof of the building for nearly four hours.

Jaffar is the latest person to be arrested for stalking Swift. He eventually made his way to the building's roof, a visit which is believed to have lasted four hours.

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

Another time, Jaffar allegedly rang Swift's door buzzer for an hour straight in a desperate attempt to make her acquaintance. Judge David Frey signed off on an order of protection against Jaffar, which prevents him from making any contact with the singer. Let's hope this convinces the dude to finally stay away from the "Bad Blood" singer once and for all.

Swift is no stranger to stalkers. In the case of this situation, a 39-year-old man called Frank Andrew Hoover annoyed Taylor's family, asked for photos with her and stalked her till the airport, even after she got a restraining order against him.