A Nebraska man was arrested after sneaking into Taylor Swift's Tribeca apartment building ahead of the weekend.
According to Page Six, Patrick Nissen was taken into custody by the New York Police Department when he gained access to the entry into Swift's Manhattan building.
A security guard allegedly called police to alert them that the 28-year-old from Lincoln, NE, had entered the structure.
Nissen was charged with second-degree criminal trespassing, reports the outlet.
Paparazzi swarmed the scene, snapping pictures of the alleged trespasser on Friday.
Nissen stood tall and thin with long brown locks and facial hair. Keeping his head down while passing shutterbugs, the suspect was handcuffed and taken into a squad car.
He wore black jeans and a gray t-shirt that represented "Washington, The Evergreen State."
Nissen appeared emotionless during his arrest.
The alleged trespasser has been a longtime fan of the I Knew You Were Trouble singer.
As Page Six points out, Nissen's Twitter account showed how obsessed with Swift he actually was.
Now searching for the love of my life. Taylor swift [siq] is one of those people I feel like I could connect with and fall in love with. Ready to conquer Death. LOVE," he wrote years ago.
In February 2015, Nissen tweeted, “Trying to be faithful after all I’ve been through I love @taylorswift13 she needs to come get me. I’m breaking down and freaking out.’’
Two years before, he said, "Taylor Swift … hoping that we meet in a coffee shop.”
Nissen has not used his Twitter account in several years.
This isn't the first person who has trespassed Swift's property.
In April, Hugh Johnson was arrested after gaining access inside Swift's building. Johnson told police he had reportedly been in communication with Swift through social media. He was arrested and charged with criminal trespass. One day later, he was released on his own recognizance after his arraignment.
Strangely enough, Swift wasn't the first celebrity Johnson has tied too.