A man was arrested after lurking around Taylor Swift's house on Wednesday.
According to TMZ.com, LAPD officers arrived at the Los Angeles property after getting a call from someone in the neighborhood who saw a man wandering around at the bottom of her driveway.
After the police arrived, pictures show the man being put in handcuffs and placed into a police car. Wearing fatigues and sporting a beard, the man didn't put up a fight as he was taken into custody at around 4 p.m.
The website reports that after questioning the suspect, police officers decided he needed to be evaluated at a hospital. He was has yet to be charged with any crime following the arrest.
Following the incident, a rep for Taylor suggested the suspect found out where she lives via reports of her personal life, telling WENN, "This is why it's irresponsible for the media to publish the addresses or recent real estate transactions of celebrities. This, or potentially worse, is the end result."
This is not the first time "Shake It Off" singer Taylor has had issues with fans taking their love for her to the next level.
In March 2014, Taylor obtained a restraining order against Timothy Sweet. She filed legal documents claiming Timothy had reportedly bombarded her with emails, letters, and social media posts professing his love for her and claiming they were married.
One message allegedly read: “My wife, Taylor Swift and I live in Beverly Hills. I am in love with her. In conclusion, we treat each other with dignity and respect. I will carry a gun to protect her the rest of my life.”
A judge ordered Timothy to stay at least 100 yards away from the singer for the next three years. He is also believed to have been forbidden from going anywhere near Taylor's parents.
Another man was issued a no-contact order by a judge in 2014 for repeatedly trespassing at Taylor’s Rhode Island vacation home.
According to the Westerly Sun, 38-year-old Massachusetts man Daniel Cole ignored warnings not to trespass.