Taylor Swift Obtains Order of Protection Against Alleged Stalker

Taylor Swift just can't catch a break!

According to a report from Page Six, 29-year-old Mohammed Jaffar repeatedly attempted to gain access to Swift's New York City residence.

The alleged stalker of Taylor Swift was arrested this week after numerous, yet unsuccessful, attempts to meet the singer over the last several months.

However, Mohammed didn't appreciate being turned away as he proceeded to stop by the building FOUR more times over the course of two months.

Mohammed Jaffar, 29, launched his creepy campaign in December, when he arrived at Swift's Franklin Street address and requested a sit-down with her before being ordered to get lost, the documents state.

The court papers further accuses Jaffar of bombarding Swift's management with over 50 calls between January 27 and February 16 demanding to speak with the 27-year-old songstress.

A witness says the defendant managed to enter the building of Swift's $20-million Tribeca penthouse apartment on February 6 and lingered in the hallway.

He also allegedly rang the Bad Blood singer's doorbell for an hour straight, before returning the following day to ring it again for 45 minutes.

After months of trying to track Taylor, who briefly dated Tom Hiddleston a year ago, down, he was finally arrested on March 6th for burglary and stalking.

Jaffar has now been charged with burglary and stalking, and because of this is also banned from getting in contact with Swift.

We would think that Taylor would be extra safe in the glamorous building, which also houses Orlando Bloom and Steven Soderbergh.