Swift, thankfully, wasn't home during the break-in. For the third time this month, someone has broken into the singers home.
NYPD have since charged the man with "stalking, burglary, criminal mischief and trespassing". This is the second time Alvarado has been removed from the premises.
Luckily, Taylor wasn't home at the time. Once he got in, he took a shower and fell asleep in a bed. Alvarado was arrested at the same address February 13 after breaking the front door with a shovel, ET learned.
Unfortunately for Taylor Swift, she can't seem to avoid stalkers and intruders no matter where she buys property.
Julius Sandrock also told police that owns multiple firearms. Authorities discovered a stash of disturbing items inside Sandrock's vehicle, including rope, two types of gloves, live rounds of ammunition, prescription medications, and a knife.
Cops were so alarmed at the find that Beverly Hills PD filed a restraining order for Swift itself.
Here's a free public service announcement: Don't break into Taylor Swift's house.