Suspected stalker arrested at Taylor Swift's home in Beverly Hills

Taylor Swift performing in London last year

So scary! Taylor Swift's alleged stalker was arrested while trying to break into her Beverly Hills home on April 14!

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department inmate information shows that the man, Julius Sandrock, was released from jail Tuesday morning.

A masked man arrested outside a Beverly Hills home owned by Taylor Swift with a knife in his vehicle has been released from custody while the investigation continues.

The police report, obtained by The Blast, revealed the man was wearing a mask and rubber gloves was a knife, live ammunition, and black rope.

The site says police were called to Swift's home Saturday (April 14) after a unusual man was spotted by security roaming the property.

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A search of his auto turned up a knife, rope, ammunition and more masks and gloves, according to the restraining order.

They also discovered medications, including oxycodone, and Sandrock confirmed to police that he has depression, bioplar disorder, OCD and manic episodes.

Sandrock's arrest comes just days after two other men were separately busted for crimes connected to Swift - including another attempted invasion of her Beverly Hills home.

His arrest followed by the April 8 detain of a man, Justin Lilly, " 2-3, on suspicion of trespassing afterwards he strove to scale a wall and ignored warnings to leave. Swift was not home at the time, TMZ reported. Earlier this month (Apr18), Swift was bizarrely dragged into a bank robbery investigation when Bruce Rowley allegedly confessed to robbing a bank in Ansonia, Connecticut, driving to her retreat in nearby Rhode Island and then throwing some of his ill-gotten gains over her fence in the hope the gesture would impress the popstar.

The 38-year-old told police he had driven across several states to meet the star, who was not home at the time of the incident.

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