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Taylor Swift's alleged stalker indicted for loitering outside her home

The man accused of stalking pop star Taylor Swift was indicted for loitering outside her Tribeca pad — for three months, prosecutors announced Tuesday in court in New York City.

Mohammed Jaffar, who is being held on $20,000 bond, did not appear for the brief hearing.

His unwanted campaign began in December 2016, and continued for several months, according to prosecutors.

Jaffar, 29, allegedly went to extreme measures to meet the pop princess, even sneaking onto the roof of the luxury condo, court papers state. And surveillance video captured the obsessed fan ringing the doorbell of her $20 million penthouse for an hour straight.

In addition to the unwelcome visits, he allegedly called her management company 59 times insisting that he be connected to her.

He was busted March 6 on burglary and stalking charges. His defense lawyer, Liz Beal, declined to comment.

He is due back in court June 12.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.

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