Taylor Swift's townhouse in New York City was the target of another break-in attempt, according to witnesses and reports from the New York Post. On Saturday, a man was arrested near Swift's Tribeca home after allegedly trying to enter the townhouse. Although police did not confirm a break-in attempt, they did arrest the man on the same street for allegedly trying to open a door to a building. It is important to note that the man was charged for an unrelated 2017 warrant out of Brooklyn.
Authorities have not released the man's name, and there has been no comment from Taylor Swift's representative regarding the incident. It is unknown if Swift was present at the time, as she was traveling to Buffalo, New York, to support her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, who was playing in an NFL playoff game.
This is not the first time Swift's Tribeca townhouse has experienced security breaches. In 2022, a man was charged with trespassing and stalking after entering two Tribeca residences linked to Swift. Another man crashed a car into the townhouse that same year and reportedly refused to leave until he met with Swift. In 2018, a man broke into her townhouse and took a nap, leading to his arrest. He was later charged with another break-in at the building after serving a jail sentence.
Swift has also faced alleged stalkers at her other homes in Beverly Hills, California, and Watch Hill, Rhode Island.
It is evident that Swift's townhouse has been a target for break-ins and attempted intrusions, often involving alleged stalkers. The repeated incidents raise concerns about the security measures in place at her residences and highlight the need for heightened protection. However, it is essential to await further information and investigations before drawing any conclusions regarding the motives behind these incidents or any potential patterns.