Taylor Swift Awarded Restraining Order Against Intruder

Taylor Swift Awarded Restraining Order Against Intruder

Taylor Swift obtained a temporary restraining order Wednesday against a man who showed up at her California home carrying multiple masks, a knife, rope and ammunition in his vehicle in April, according to court paperwork obtained by TheWrap.

'The sentence imposed will not only benefit you, but society, ' Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Laura Ward told Jaffar, according to the New York Post.

Jaffar was also ordered to complete a drug treatment program.

That, coupled with his alleged claims that he was suffering from several mental illnesses including depression and bipolar disorder, prompted law enforcement to request he be served with a firearms restraining order as well, but it looks like Swift is trying to be extra-cautious with this latest stalker by filing for a restraining order against him.

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.

He was also seen on surveillance video ringing her doorbell for an hour straight and sneaking onto the roof of her apartment building
He was also seen on surveillance video ringing her doorbell for an hour straight and sneaking onto the roof of her apartment building

In February 2017, he gained entry into her building and was seen on surveillance video lurking in the hallway outside her penthouse apartment door. At the time of arrest, police claimed Sandrock was wearing one of the masks and a pair of gloves as he tried to force his way into Swift's home.

Swift was not at home during the drama, and she is now on the road touring, but she filed for a restraining order on Wednesday (16May18), according to The Blast, in an effort to make sure Sandrock stays away from her homes and from her at concerts.

Sandrock was arrested and charged with felony stalking. Police found that he had live ammunition, latex gloves, rope and multiple types of masks in his vehicle. Apparently, Sandrock was already on probation in Colorado when he was caught attempting to break into the mansion. We've just learned that Taylor was granted the order, which will stay in effect until a court hearing in June.

According to the docs, Sandrock has been released from custody. and Swift along with her team isn't sure where he is.

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