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Man tells police he robbed bank to impress Taylor Swift

Man tells police he robbed bank to impress Taylor Swift

Taking love for a celebrity to levels incomprehensible by sane minds, a man robbed a bank in Connecticut, USA, and threw stolen money over the fence of Taylor Swift's Rhode Island mansion.

A CT man told police he robbed a bank and threw stolen money over Taylor Swift's fence in an attempt to impress her, according to local media reports.

Officials say Rowley led Rhode Island State Police on a chase back into CT last Thursday where State Police arrested him.

He has been charged with second-degree robbery and fourth-degree larceny.

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A man has claimed that he robbed a bank in order to impress Taylor Swift.

A suspected bank robber was allegedly driven to commit the crime to impress Taylor Swift. He's been arrested and held on a $100,000 bail.

Bruce Rowley was arrested in Ansonia, Connecticut last week. After the suspect was identified, Ansonia police obtained arrest and search warrants and listed his vehicle as wanted. Police obtained an arrest warrant against the man and after a highway pursuit involving many police teams, took him in custody. The pop star recently discovered that sometimes seven-foot-high walls aren't enough to deter her creepiest fans. "Rowley reported that he tried to contact Swift however she was not home".

Thankfully the 28-year-old wasn't at home at the time of the incident, but that doesn't make it any less scary.

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A CT man says his devotion to Taylor Swift drove him to a life of crime.

So much so, that the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer has become indirectly responsible for a bank robbery!

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