Taylor Swift’s stalker has been sentenced to 6 months in jail.
The 28-year-old singer was left terrified final March when Mohammed Jaffar entered her New York condo constructing and was arrested for housebreaking, stalking and trespassing, however now, greater than a 12 months after his arrest, he has been sentenced to half a 12 months in jail.
In keeping with E! News, the Manhattan District Lawyer’s Workplace says that Mohammed pleaded responsible to tried housebreaking within the second diploma on Monday, Might 7, and on Wednesday (16.05.18), a decide formally handed him his punishment.
Along with his six months jail sentence, he has additionally been sentenced to 5 years on probation, the place he has to proceed psychological well being remedy in Michigan.
Mohammed was initially purported to face trial in September 2017, however was discovered unfit to face trial.
The New York District Lawyer’s workplace mentioned on the time: “The case was referred to as yesterday in Half 71 and the defendant was discovered unfit to face trial, then positioned within the custody of the New York State Workplace of Psychological Well being.”
After Mohammed’s arrest in 2017, he was held on $20,000 bail and the decide signed off on an order of safety towards him.
In keeping with the prison criticism obtained by the publication, Mohammed allegedly wished to fulfill with the singer and had beforehand tried to get in contact together with her on a number of events.
For the ‘Attractive’ singer, Mohammed’s sentence comes only one month after her Beverly Hills house was the topic of an tried break-in by a rope-wielding stalker named Julius Sandrock.
In keeping with experiences on the time, cops got here throughout “empty gun holster, dwell rounds of .380 ‘Fiocchi’ ammunition, latex gloves, black gloves, a knife, a number of masks ‘much like those painters use’, a black half-face masks, one 9mm ammunition spherical, an empty field of .22 caliber ammunition and black rope”, inside his automobile.
Taylor was not on the property on the time of the alleged incident, and Sandrock, 38, was launched from police custody two days after his arrest.