TRIBECA, Manhattan (WABC) -- A man was arrested at Taylor Swift's building in TriBeCa, accused of trying to get inside her home.
Police say they got a call about a disorderly person who was attempting to open the door to the townhouse on Franklin Street on Saturday afternoon.
A source says it was, in fact, the singer's unit.
Officers say they found the man and questioned him - at which point they learned there was a warrant for his arrest stemming from a summons in 2017.
So far, he has not been charged with anything for Saturday's incident.
This was not the first time an intruder has lurked near one of Swift's homes.
In 2022, a man was charged with trespassing and stalking after authorities said he entered two Tribeca residences linked to Swift. Also that year, a man was arrested for crashing a car into the townhouse and reportedly told police he wouldn't leave until he met with Swift.
In 2018, another man broke into her townhouse and took a nap, police said. The same man was charged a year later with another break-in at the building after serving a jail sentence.
Police say alleged stalkers have also been arrested at some of her other homes, including ones in Beverly Hills, California, and Watch Hill, Rhode Island.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.