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Report: Fan caught swimming to Taylor Swift's house at Watch Hill

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WESTERLY, R.I. -

An obsessed Taylor Swift fan was charged with trespassing after he allegedly swam up to her beach home at Watch Hill, TMZ reported.

Police told TMZ that a 22-year-old man from Chicago was taken into custody after he admitted to swimming up to the beach in front of Swift's home at about 2 a.m. Wednesday.

The man was later identified in a Westerly police report as Lucas Vorsteveld.

According to the police report, a Westerly police officer found Vorsteveld walking on Lighthouse Road, which is private.

The officer asked what he was doing on the road and Vorsteveld told police that he was just out for a walk, and that he didn't have a residence in town.

According to TMZ, the man told police he had just completed a swim, in which he intended to meet the country music star.

Sources told TMZ, Vorsteveld told police he swam all the way to Swift's house, but saw her security team and decided to swim back where he came from.

According to the police report, Vorsteveld was taken to the police department and released on a summons to appear in District Court on May 24.

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