A Man Tried to Impress Taylor Swift After Robbing Bank

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Swift flooded her Instagram with a slew of new pics, beginning with one that introduces fans to her crew of 16 dancers.

A CT man took fandom to a new level last week when he was alleged to have robbed a bank for cash to impress singer Taylor Swift.

Bruce Rowley, of Derby, Connecticut, has been charged with robbing a bank in Ansonia, Connecticut, on April 4.

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Connecticut State Police jumped in deploying drop sticks to disable Rowley's jeep.

According to reports, following the heist, Rowley then drove to the singer's Rhode Island home where he reportedly threw some of the cash over her fence onto her property. Authorities say Swift apparently had no prior knowledge of Rowley. During the robbery - which he pulled off without showing a weapon or making any threats - he didn't wear a disguise and also seemed to drive his own vehicle. A police chase broke out when Rowley wouldn't pull over. Troopers from the Connecticut State Police joined in the pursuit. "He began to talk all about it in the cruiser", Lynch said.

"It seemed he wanted to propose to her", Ansonia Police spokesman Lt. Patrick Lynch told the Hartford Courant.

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In 2014, Swift also sought a restraining order against a man, Timothy Sweet, who has been stalking her since January 2011. This behavior is super scary and not a first for Swift.

The trespasser drama comes just a week after alleged stalker Frank Andrew Hoover, who terrified Swift and her family with vile emails, was sentenced to 10 years probation following his arrest in 2016.

The suspect has been charged with robbery and is now being held on a $100k bond. Swift has yet to comment on the incident. "Say hi to the Reputation Stadium Tour dancers!"

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