Over the last nine months, Taylor Swift won her sexual assault trial, released the biggest album of her career Reputation and is now gearing up for her tour. Even though these last few months have seemed picture perfect for Swift, she has been the victim of a few stalking cases, and now it’s gotten dangerous.
The Blast reports that on Saturday, April 14 Julius Alexander Sandrock was arrest for stalking Swift and trying to break into her Beverly Hills home.
The Beverly Hills Police report claims Sandrock “was observed attempting to enter the celebrity’s property while wearing a mask and rubber gloves.” The police report goes on to detail a horrifying collection of items found in Sandrock’s car.
Officers found a gun holster, multiple different kinds of ammunition, gloves, a knife, various types of face masks, rope and prescription medications.
“Officers found the following items inside Respondent’s car when he was arrested: an empty gun holster, live rounds of ammunition (.380 Fiocchi) latex gloves, black gloves, a knife, multiple masks similar to ones painters use, a black half-face mask, one 9mm ammunition round, an empty .22 caliber ammunition box, black rope; officers also found prescription medications (metazalone-800mg; oxycodone, fluoxetine – 40mg) and psychologist paperwork.”
The situation was so alarming that the police placed an emergency restraining order on Sandrock on behalf of Swift. He was also put on a temporary firearms restraining order until his court hearing set for next month.
Sandrock was arrested and charged with several crimes involving a weapon in Colorado. He was held on $150,000 bail and was released Tuesday.
This is the third bout of stalking that Swift has been subjected to. In early April Justin Lily was arrested for trespassing Swift’s Beverly Hills house. He tried to scale the seven-foot security walls. Lily was arrest and charged with three days in jail and three years of probation. Around the same time, Bruce Rowley was arrest for robbing a bank and trespassing her Connecticut house.
It’s a scary time to be Swift.