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Stalker, Roger Alvarado, who is now behind bars has reportedly stated that he has no regrets by stalking worldwide pop sensation Taylor Swift. He also said that he would ‘probably do it again’.

Roger Alvarado @POLARIS
Roger Alvarado @POLARIS

This news has come after an interview with him in jail. Furthermore, the reporter from PageSix.com asked him about his latest harassment case which saw him throw a brick through a window of Taylors luxurious manhattan townhouse.

He said, “I don’t regret it”. Also when asked if he’d do it again he replied “Probably, with more violence, but not towards her.

“I don’t want to hurt her. I just wanted to speak to her, to talk to her. She seems nice (and) cool,’’

According to an NYPD spokeswoman, Alvarado climbed up a ladder to Swift’s second-floor window. He then hurled a brick through her window.

Taylor Swift Manhattan Home @ SPLASH NEWS
Taylor Swift Manhattan Home @ SPLASH NEWS

With incidents like this, it is no wonder that Taylor has started to step up her protection. Furthermore, she has started to carry QuikClot army grade bandage dressing, which is for gunshot or stab wounds.

Moreover, Taylor swift has publicly said that she can no longer cope with the stress of the horrifying threats she is bombarded with.

She explained: “Social media can be great, but it can also inundate your brain with images of what you aren’t, how you’re failing, or who is in a cooler locale than you at any given moment.’

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