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Taylor Swift's stalker strikes plea deal over repeat break in

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Taylor Swift's stalker strikes plea deal over repeat break in

Taylor Swift's stalker strikes plea deal over repeat break in

Taylor Swift’s stalker has reportedly struck a plea deal over charges of breaking into her Manhattan home for the second time.

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