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Taylor Swift Will Not Prosecute Trespasser

Swift's family drops criminal trespassing charges against intruder
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Michael Kovac

After 24-year-old Jacob Kulke was arrested while trying to break into Taylor Swift's Nashville mansion earlier this month, Swift and her family have decided to drop the criminal trespassing charges against him. Kulke, who was reportedly found carrying a knife outside of Swift's swank Belle Meade home a day after Taylor's 23rd birthday, had allegedly taken a bus from Wisconsin to Tennesee after tweeting he had to go "see about a girl." 

According to Rolling Stone, Kulke's attorney believes that one of the reasons the charges have been dropped is due to the the absence of "No Trespassing" signs on the property which led Kulke to believe he could enter. Kinda like how you can steal anything you want as long as there aren't any "No Stealing" signs around.

In a recent interview with British Cosmopolitan, Swift opened up about her various run-ins with stalkers revealing, "I try not to talk too much about it because it scares me." Eek. We really hope she got some "No Trespassing" signs for Christmas.

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