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Prosecutors Dismisses Case Against Man Arrested Near Taylor Swift’s Home

by Florence Tolulope

The case levelled against a man arrested near American singer-songwriter, ‘s mansion in Rhode Island has been dismissed by prosecutors.

The man, identified as David Page Liddle was alerted to police on July 19 after neighbours spotted him hanging around suspiciously outside the singer’s mansion with burglary tools, consisting of a crowbar, metal bat, 30 lock picks and gloves. He was later detained.

A spokesman for the Rhode Island attorney general’s office disclosed that they “declined to pursue filing charges” against the 32-year-old David.

Liddle, who is from Des Moines, Iowa, told the Police that he was looking to “catch up” with the singer because he knew her personally. But Swift’s security personnel said Liddle is on their watch list and had previously been accused of stalking her.

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Meanwhile, , who is known for her narrative songs about her personal life has been confirmed as the first performer for this year’s MTV VMAs. She has been nominated for ten awards including Video of the Year and Song of the Year for her song ‘You Need To Calm Down’. This will be her first televised performance since the release of her new which she titled ‘Lover’.

The performance is set to take place live on August 26, a few days after Swift’s new will be out. However, she has released 2 other singles,’‘ and ‘ME!’ featuring Brendan Urie. The song has been nominated for best collaboration.

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Reports also have it that Swift will receive the first-ever ‘Icon Award’ at this year’s Teen Choice Awards.

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