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Well, this is one way catch a woman's attention.
TMZ was tipped off about a police report claiming a man, Bruce Rowley, confessed to robbing a bank in order to woo Taylor Swift. He also told police that he threw the cash over Swift's fence onto her mansion's lawn.
Cops say Rowley robbed the bank without showing a weapon or making any threats. But cops aren't sure whether or not he really went to her house. But one thing is for sure—Rowley has an undying love for Swift. He was even planning to be a bit of a philanthropist and donate a portion of his stolen money to the Ansonia police department, who arrested him in Connecticut.
If you didn't guess it already, Rowley's courting didn't work. Instead, he's being held on bail for charges of robbery in second degree and larceny in the fourth degree. Since it's second-degree robbery, it's likely he stole between $5,000-10,000, which can lead to a prison sentence of one to ten years.
This isn't the first time Swift had to deal with crazed fans. Just last week, her stalker, Frank Andrew Hoover, was sentenced to ten years of probation after a 2016 incident where he broke probation and attended one of her concerts. Although instead of trying to gain her love, Hoover had more sinister ideas for the pop star as he threatened to kill Swift and her family.
"Decided that we are going to end all the Swifts on one day because I can’t stand that virus shit your daughter spread," read one of the e-mails according to Page Six.
Hoover makes Rowley seem not so bad.