Taylor Swift stalker sentenced to 6 months in jail

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 17, 2018

In addition to his six months jail sentence, he has also been sentenced to five years on probation, where he has to continue mental health treatment in MI.

Mohammed Jaffar pleaded guilty last week to attempted burglary after the prosecution revealed he had repeatedly called Swift's management team, broke into her building to sneak up on her rooftop deck, and rang her doorbell multiple times over the course of three days.

The Post reports that Jaffar also called Swift's management company almost 60 times insisting he be connected to the 28-year-old pop star.

Taylor Swift's stalker, arrested in 2017, has been sentenced to six months in prison.

Last March, Jaffar was arrested in Swift's New York City building for burglary, stalking and trespassing.

Back in September, an NYC judge found Mohammed unfit to stand trial was placed in the custody of the NY State Office of Mental Health.

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. Julius Alexander Sandrock attempted to break into the singer's pad after scaling a wall.

Julius Sandrock arrested for stalking Taylor Swift. He was carrying a rope with him at the time and wearing a mask and gloves.

Colorado police said Sandrock is on probation for firing a rifle at a man past year.

Now that the Bad Blood singer has been granted a temporary restraining order, Sandrock will have to stay 500 yards away from her, any of her property, and any of her concerts or public appearances... which is great especially now that she's on tour, and you never know where someone could pop up.

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