Another alleged stalker of country/pop superstar Taylor Swift has been nabbed by the authorities just outside her home in Beverly Hills.
According to reports, a man named Julius Alexander Sandrock was arrested by the local police on Saturday, April 14, after trying to break into Swift's mansion. A mask, rubber gloves, knife, live ammunition, and a black rope were found in his possession at the time of his arrest.
Thankfully, Swift and family were not inside the property.
According to TMZ, the local authorities were called after security spotted the suspicious man, 38-year-old Sandrock, outside of the singer's home in Beverly Hills. Upon arrival, the police searched the man's car and interviewed him.
Sources reveal that the man drove all the way to Colorado to meet the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer.
Authorities found enough evidence to arrest the man and charge him with felony stalking. He was being held on bail for $150,000. He was released on Tuesday, April 17.
The Beverly Hills PD also filed a temporary firearms restraining order against Sandrock. A court hearing is in place next month.
Swift purchased the historic Goldwyn Estate in Beverly Hills back in 2015 for $25 million. It was initially owned by late Hollywood producer Samuel Goldwyn. It has hosted several silver screen legends such as Clark Gable and Charlie Chaplin. It was declared a landmark in 2017.
History Of Violence
The Blast reports that this isn't Sandrock's first run in with the authorities. He had several court records from Colorado where he was arrested and charged for several crimes in 2017.
He was involved in a felony menacing with a deadly weapon, prohibited use of a weapon, and reckless endangerment.
According to the site, he also pled guilty to disorderly conduct after he discharged a firearm. He received a two-year probation in January.
Taylor Swift's Long Line Of Stalkers
The 28-year-old has been dealing with stalkers ever since she achieved global success as a young singer-songwriter. In April, another man was nabbed by the authorities for trespassing at the "Delicate" crooner's Beverly Hills mansion.
The alleged stalker identified as Justin Lilly was caught trying to scale the wall of the Grammy-winning star and was calling her name.
Swift was not at home at the time of the arrest.
Lilly was charged with misdemeanor count of trespassing. He was sentenced to three days in jail, three years of summary probation, and barred from getting near the singer's home.
Last week, a man was arrested for robbing a bank and throwing the money in her Rhode Island home.