Taylor Swift isn't taking any chances on her latest obsessed fan who already got busted for felony stalking - she just asked a judge for extra protection and got it for now.
Mohammed Jaffar was given six months in jail and probation after he pleaded guilty last week to attempted burglary.
'You are to have no contact with Taylor Swift, including no phone calls, no letters, no face-to-face communication, no contact with third parties'.
As Jaffar was sentenced, his brother, who was in the courtroom, muttered, "This is ridiculous".
Jaffar was also ordered to complete a drug treatment program.
At the time of the arrest past year, he allegedly showed up at Taylor's apartment four times in less than two months before he was caught on a surveillance camera entering her apartment building.
On Feb. 6, 2017, Jaffar actually entered the building and was seen on surveillance footage lingering in the hallway outside Swift's penthouse apartment door and on the building's roof for hours on end.
Police took Sandrock into custody last month after he was spotted acting suspiciously outside of Swift's Beverly Hills home.
During a search of his vehicle, police officers found ammunition, more gloves, another knife, and multiple face masks. He was apprehended wearing a mask and rubber gloves and carrying a knife and a rope, according to reports.
Swift was not at home during the drama, and she is now on the road touring, but she filed for a restraining order on Wednesday (16May18), according to The Blast, in an effort to make sure Sandrock stays away from her homes and from her at concerts. Sandrock allegedly told officers that he suffers from OCD, bipolar disorder, severe depression and manic episodes.
Beverly Hills police officials filed for a temporary firearms restraining order against Sandrock, which has since been dismissed. We've just learned that Taylor was granted the order, which will stay in effect until a court hearing in June.
Sandrock has since been released from jail.