The 28-year-old singer was left terrified last March when Mohammed Jaffar entered her NY apartment building and was arrested for burglary, stalking and trespassing, but now, more than a year after his arrest, he has been sentenced to half a year in prison. He was taken into custody and held on $20,000 bail.
Mohammed Jaffar was sentenced to six months behind bars and five years on probation on Wednesday (May 16) attempted burglary in the second degree, E!
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. When cops arrived, they found him sleeping in her bed and discovered that he also used her shower.
Taylor Swift has been dogged by stalkers in New York City and California.
Mohammed was originally supposed to face trial in September 2017, but was found unfit to stand trial.
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After a scare involving a stalker and an attempted break-in, Taylor Swift isn't taking any chances. A temporary restraining order was reportedly granted, which will stay in effect until a court hearing in June.
He was arrested while trying to break into Swift's home wearing one of the masks and a pair of gloves. Swift was not at the house. At that time, he was found to have live ammunition, latex gloves, rope, and masks in his auto.
Police found several prescription medications in his auto, which Sandrock told police he took because of a host of mental health issues, including depression, bipolar disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder, according to The Associated Press citing court documents.
Taylor was not at the property at the time of the alleged incident, and Sandrock, 38, was released from police custody two days after his arrest.
California authorities had said Sandrock drove to Swift's home straight from his home in Broomfield, Colo, according to the ABC affiliate in Denver.