Taylor Swift Has A Stalker Problem & We All Need To Pay Attention

Roger Alverado was arrested after allegedly breaking into Taylor Swift’s New York City brownstone (and, to make things that much creepier, showering and taking a nap). Last week, Julius Sandrock was arrested outside her Beverly Hills home on suspicion of stalking; he was found with a sinister collection of items including masks, gloves, rope, and a knife. Earlier this month, Frank Andrew Hoover — the Swift stalker who was previously arrested for violating a restraining order — was sentenced to 10 years of probation after threatening to kill the singer and her family.
But wait, there’s more. Two weeks ago, Bruce Rowley allegedly robbed a bank in Connecticut,drove to Rhode Island and began throwing money over Swift’s fence. And that same day, another man was arrested trying to scale the wall of her Beverly Hills mansion. Call it what you want, but it seems safe to say that Swift has a stalker problem.
With all the attention being paid to Swift’s flurry of stalking incidents, the singer has an opportunity to push the discussion forward. When she went up against DJ David Mueller, who was eventually found guilty of groping the singer, Swift opted for a jury trial to “serve as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts.” Will Swift pursue similar legal remedy against the men who have more recently attempted to violate her space?
Source: Refinery29

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