Police Arrest Three People Outside Taylor Swift's Beach House
The Connecticut residents were charged with misdemeanor breach of peace after throwing beer bottles and shouting expletives at guards outside Swift's Rhode Island home.
Police in Rhode Island say they arrested three people outside Taylor Swift's beachfront home after they accosted security guards at the singer's property.
Authorities say the three Connecticut residents were charged with misdemeanor breach of peace after they threw beer bottles and shouted expletives at the guards on Sunday outside Swift's house in the Watch Hill section of Westerly. Swift wasn't at the home at the time.
The Westerly Sun reports that police arrested 29-year-old Michael Horrigan of North Stonington, Connecticut, his 28-year-old roommate Tristan Kading and 26-year-old Emily Kading of Stonington, Connecticut.
They were released on promises to appear in court. It's not clear if they have lawyers.
Police have made two trespassing arrests on Swift's property in the past year.