Swifty recently had her Rhode Island house broken into by a New Jersey man.
Furthermore, The Westerly Sun reported that 26-year-old Richard Joseph McEwan had jumped over a fence at Taylor’s home. He then broke a glass door, which triggered the motion-activated burglar alarm. However the police soon arrived. Upon arrival, they noticed a pair of orange shoes had been left in the area in which he had broke in. When the officers began to quiz him, he said, ‘I was always taught that when you go into someone’s home, you have to take your shoes off.’
Sources now reveal that Joseph will face prosecution for breaking and entering as-well as wilful trespassing. For now, he is on release on a $5,000 surety bond and will be attending country for a felony screening.
It has been a hit with Taylor’s loyal fanbase. Furthermore, one wrote about how empowering it is.
He said, “I apologised to my sister. And I can’t tell you how much that means cause I couldn’t do it 15 years. But this album has helped me grow in such a beautiful way that I only see daylight.and not afraid to say it’s on me.”
Another said “Ten years since I’ve been in a serious relationship, so I “date” my friends, before I turn 30 I want someone to change my perspective, this Album hits so hard”
Are you a fan of Swifties new album? Also what are your thoughts on the burglary which took place at Swifties home?
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