Taylor Swift would-be 'intruder' won't be charged
Taylor Swift would-be 'intruder' won't be charged David Page Liddle was arrested last month after he was spotted outside the 'Bad Blood' singer's Rhode Island mansion with a metal bat, a crowbar, 30 lock picks and gloves in his backpack, but prosecutors have now dismissed the case.
A spokesman for the Rhode Island attorney general's office told WJAR-TV they "declined to pursue filing charges" against the 32 year old from Des Moines, Iowa.
David claimed he had arrived from New York - prior to that he was in Nashville and Memphis - because he wanted to "catch up with Taylor" so that she could help him with his music career.
But when the police searched him, they reportedly found a rucksack full of weapons - including a flashlight, screwdrivers and a rake - leading them to believe he was planning to break into her mansion in the Watch Hill neighbourhood.
The law enforcement officers were even more suspicious by the fact the 29-year-old pop star's neighbours had rung in earlier on in the day to report that they had seen the man hanging around her property acting shifty.