Taylor Swift Granted Restraining Order ... Against Obsessed Fan

Angelo Anderson
May 17, 2018

Mohammed Jaffar was given six months in jail and probation after he pleaded guilty last week to attempted burglary. Swift just launched her Reputation tour to promote her latest album last week where she opened up on stage about staying out of the public eye for a year, working on her music, and trying to make amends with fellow pop stars like Katy Perry.

"You are to have no contact with Taylor Swift, including no phone calls, no letters, no face-to-face communication, no contact with third parties", Ward said as she ordered that Jaffar also complete a drug treatment program.

As Jaffar was sentenced, his brother, who was in the courtroom, muttered, "This is ridiculous".

The overly obsessed fan refused to take no for an answer and proceeded to show up at Swift's building four more times over the next two months.

Jaffar, 30, was arrested in 2017 for allegedly loitering at the "Shake It Off" singer's Tribeca apartment building.

He was also seen on surveillance video ringing her doorbell for an hour straight and sneaking onto the roof of her apartment building
He was also seen on surveillance video ringing her doorbell for an hour straight and sneaking onto the roof of her apartment building

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Wendy Harris ordered Julius Sandrock, 38, of Broomfield, Colorado, to stay at least 500 yards from the entertainer's residence, workplace and concerts. Back in April, the man was arrested outside Swift's Beverly Hills home.

Court paperwork accused Sandrock of having an empty gun holster, live rounds of.380 "Fiocchi" ammunition, latex gloves, black gloves, a knife, multiple masks "similar to the ones painters use", a black half-face mask, one 9mm ammunition round, an empty box of.22 caliber ammunition, and black rope - all in his vehicle.

You'll recall. cops were called when he was spotted in front of Taylor's Bev Hills mansion, and was later found to have live ammunition, latex gloves, rope and multiple types of masks in his vehicle.

"Respondent told arresting officers that he suffers from severe depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and manic episodes", the petition said, according to NY Daily News. As a result, he was slapped with a temporary firearms restraining order here, at the behest of law enforcement.


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