Taylor Swift’s Alleged Stalker Indicted and Held on $20K Bond
Mohammed Jaffar, the man accused of stalking Taylor Swift, was indicted for loitering outside of her apartment in Tribeca for three months.
The decision was announced on Tuesday in a Manhattan court according to a report by Page Six. Jaffar is being held on a $20,000 bond and did not attend the brief hearing.
His repeated attempts at physically contacting Swift began in December 2016. Court papers detail that in the subsequent months, Jaffar snuck onto the roof of her condo and rang her doorbell for an hour straight. He also allegedly called her management company 59 times and insisted that they patched him through to her.
Jaffar was finally arrested on March 6 on charges of burglary and stalking. His defense lawyer, Liz Beal, declined to comment on the decision. He is due back in court on June 12, 2017.