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Emotionally Disturbed Man Arrested Outside Taylor Swift’s Tribeca Home

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An emotionally disturbed man was caught outside Taylor Swift’s apartment in Tribeca, New York on May 10th, proving once again why the popstar needs to have top notch security guards around at all times. The singer wasn’t at home when the incident took place. According to a report in Hollywood Life, the man who had dark hair and looked disheveled, was carrying a large duffel bag and seemed disoriented, trying to get into Swift’s property. The star’s security guards quickly called the police, who arrived along with firefighters and took the man into custody in handcuffs. The arrest was made on the day around 6PM, and the man hasn’t yet been booked for anything.

This isn’t the first time Swift has been in potential danger because of intruders. Last February, a man with a guitar showed up at her Beverly Hills home and refused to leave. He apparently wanted to pitch Swift a song, and pretended to know her. According to TMZ, Swift’s bodyguards called the cops, and the man made a run for it. Even earlier another man was arrested outside Swift’s LA home for acting suspiciously, according to this report in Daily Mail.

Swift meanwhile has been seemingly unaffected by these disturbances and is concentrating on her career and love life. She recently co-hosted the MET Gala, bagged another Vogue cover and is potentially launching a new clothing line. She says her clothing line would be ‘relatable and accessible and every day’.

I don’t see it being couture. I would want it to be something that was relatable and accessible and every day.

Vogue Australia reports that she recently spoke to E News about how happy she is about life and her relationship with Calvin Harris, saying she’s in ‘ a magical relationship’.

I’m in a magical relationship right now. I want it to be ours and low key. This is the one thing that’s been mine about my personal life.

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