Taylor Swift's Stalker Mohammed Jaffer Sentenced to Six Months in Jail

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Sandrock was arrested and charged with felony stalking. He was taken into custody and held on $20,000 bail.

Mohammed Jaffar was given six months in jail and probation after he pleaded guilty last week to attempted burglary.

Mohammed Jaffar, who lurked around Swift's Tribeca condo building for months - even making it up to her roof - in the hopes of getting a face-to-face meeting with the star, was sentenced to six months in jail with five months of probation.

In addition to his six months jail sentence, he has also been sentenced to five years on probation, where he has to continue mental health treatment in MI. When cops arrived, they found him sleeping in her bed and discovered that he also used her shower.

Last March, Jaffar was arrested in Swift's New York City building for burglary, stalking and trespassing.

The New York District Attorney's office said at the time: "The case was called yesterday in Part 71 and the defendant was found unfit to stand trial, then placed in the custody of the New York State Office of Mental Health". It will stay into effect until another court hearing in June.

Swift is still plagued by stalkers. Apparently, Sandrock was already on probation in Colorado when he was caught attempting to break into the mansion.

Julius Sandrock arrested for stalking Taylor Swift.

Police found several prescription medications in his auto, which Sandrock told police he took because of a host of mental health issues, including depression, bipolar disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder, according to The Associated Press citing court documents. At the time of arrest, police claimed Sandrock was wearing one of the masks and a pair of gloves as he tried to force his way into Swift's home.

Colorado police said Sandrock is on probation for firing a rifle at a man a year ago.