Taylor Swift’s Alleged Stalker Busted Breaking Into Her House Wearing a Mask and Rubber Gloves

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Taylor Swift‘s alleged stalker tried to break into her home wearing a mask and rubber gloves and was in possession of a knife, live ammunition, and black rope.

According to the Beverly Hills PD, Julius Alexander Sandrock was arrested on Saturday and taken into custody for felony stalking. Sandrock was busted outside of the singer’s home, but she was not there at the time.

He was held on $150,000 bail and was released on Tuesday morning.

The Beverly Hills PD filed for a temporary firearms restraining order on Tuesday morning against Sandrock. In the court documents, the police claim Sandrock “was observed attempting to enter the celebrity’s property while wearing a mask and rubber gloves.”

The docs go on to say, “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.”

An emergency protective order is in place through the police, and the temporary firearms restraining order was granted until a court hearing next month.

According to court records in Colorado, Sandrock was arrested and charged there with several crimes involving a weapon.

The charges stem from a 2017 arrest that included felony menacing with a deadly weapon, prohibited use of a weapon, and reckless endangerment. He plead guilty to disorderly conduct for discharging a firearm and was placed on two years probation on Jan. 2, 2018.