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Taylor Swift Celebrates Being Fan Favorite Days After Obsessed Fan Arrest At Her NYC Apartment

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By Jeff Mazzeo

Taylor Swift loves her fans... she just doesn't love the ones who allegedly stalk her.

The "Look What You Made Me Do" singer celebrated her documentary being listed as Rotten Tomatoes' top Fan Favorite Movie of 2020 on Monday, April 19. Swift tweeted a congratulatory note to Lana Wilson, the award-winning director of the Netflix documentary, "Miss Americana," and thanked the fans for choosing her film for the prestigious honor.

"CONGRATS @lanawilson!!!" Taylor wrote. "And a million hugs to the fans who made this happen!"

While the massive pop star clearly appreciates most of her fans, her message comes just days after an alleged stalker was arrested at her New York City apartment... something that she nor her head of security appreciated.

Alleged Stalker Arrested

Taylor Swift in New York City.

Police arrested a 52-year-old man at Swift's Tribeca apartment on Saturday, April 17, around 9 pm, according to E!. Hanks Johnson was charged with criminal trespassing after Swift's head of security called the police and an officer found him inside the lobby. Johnson reportedly told the officer, "I'm here to see [Swift], she knows that I'm coming here, we're friends."

James McNelis, who was identified as the key member of her security team on the criminal complaint obtained by E!, made it clear that the singer did not invite him. It's unclear if Swift was in NYC at the time.

He's Been There Before

Taylor Swift in a red dress.
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McNelis claimed in the criminal complaint that he had seen Johnson outside of Taylor's residence multiple times and that he has rung the doorbell and tried to illegally enter the building before. The complaint noted that the security guard told Johnson that he is not permitted to loiter outside, ring the bell and that he is not welcome at the building.

A judge ordered the alleged stalker receive supervised release. He is due back in court on June 1, according to E!.

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