Taylor Swift's Beverly Hills mansion isn't attracting attention for its credenzas or water features — sadly, the singer has had to contend with yet another obsessed fan who's been arrested for stalking, according to TMZ.

The site says police were called to Swift's home Saturday (April 14) after a strange man was spotted by security roaming the property. Swift wasn't home, but police nevertheless busted a 38-year-old man who'd driven from Colorado all the way to the singer's house to meet her.

Police ultimately arrested the man for felony stalking after searching his his car and interviewing him. Authorities have issued an emergency protective order for him to stay away from Swift, and he remains in custody.

The news comes just days after a man named Justin Lilly was arrested for trying to scale the wall into Swift's home while yelling the singer's name. He was ultimately sentenced to three days in jail and three years probation and has been ordered to stay away from Swift's home.

Lilly still faces up to six months in county jail if he's convicted of one misdemeanor count of trespassing and also for refusing to leave private property.

Swift's house, a historic landmark, was previously owned by MGM boss Samuel L. Goldwyn. She shelled out $25 million for the place in 2015 and has installed walls around the property that reach seven feet high. Can't blame her there...

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