The police arrested pop star Taylor Swift’s alleged stalker after trying to break into her apartment in Manhattan, New York.
According to BBC, 52-year-old Hanks Johnson was arrested by the police, who received a 911 call in the evening of the 17th and charged with criminal trespass and released without bail the next night on the 19th. Swift herself was reportedly not at home at the time when he tried to infiltrate.
the New York Daily News reported that he sent a full-text message to Swift’s Instagram account even when he came out of court on the 18th, and his cell phone showed a text message emoji that appeared to be Swift’s answer.
It’s not the first time Swift has been stalked. There were several men trying to enter her homes in the eastern and western United States. In 2018, a man tried to enter the house with a weapon. The court ordered restraining order. In the same year, he received a second court restraining order, sending a letter to Swift threatening to rape and kill her. In 2019, a third man sneaked into her New York apartment, took a shower, fell asleep, and was sentenced to six months in prison. At that time, she drew attention by writing an article to Elle magazine that she always began to carry weapons used by soldiers. Swift wrote, “If you’ve seen so many stalkers trying to sneak into your house, bad things can happen, so you have to start preparing.”
Despite all these difficulties, Swift is having the best time this year breaking all sorts of records. Three albums in a row, including the recently re-recorded version of the album “Folklore,” “Evermore,” and the album “Fearless,” which made its true value widely known. Last month, she was also honored by the first female singer to win three albums a year at the Grammy Awards.