Taylor Swift stalker re-arrested

Taylor Swift is seen leaving her Tribeca apartment in 2015

Taylor Swift is seen leaving her Tribeca apartment in 2015

Last April, three different men were arrested on her property - including a man named Roger Alvarado, who broke into her New York City brownstone while she was out and was found asleep in her bed after taking a shower in her home.

Florida native Roger Alvarado, 23, was arrested early Thursday morning after he reportedly climbed a ladder to the second-floor window of Swift's townhouse in the Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca, a New York City Police Department spokesperson told HuffPost.

This is at least the third time Alvarado has been arrested at Swift's home. Still, the alleged break-in sparked an alarm, which resulted in NYPD rushing to the premises.

This time Alvarado is charged with stalking, burglary, felony criminal contempt for violating the order of protection, criminal mischief and two counts of possession of burglar tools.

The man has previously been caught sleeping in Taylor Swift's bed at her NY apartment. He was slated to face court today.

Mohammed Jaffar, then 29, pleaded guilty to attempted burglary in May previous year and was jailed for six months after breaking into her apartment block. The Reputation chart-topper also filed an order of protection against her accused stalker.

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Swift wasn't home on either occasion.

A rep for Swift didn't immediately return a message.

Alvarado was only released from incarceration on those charges on February 5 this year.

"You get enough stalkers trying to break into your house and you kind of start prepping for bad things", she wrote.

Swift reportedly used facial recognition technology for attendees at a recent concert to cross-reference them against a database that included hundreds of people who had stalked her.

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