Taylor Swift’s home intruder is expected to trade in the singer’s private shower for a communal prison shower.
Roger Alvarado pleaded guilty to one count of criminal contempt in the first degree, a Manhattan DA spokesperson confirmed to E! News on Monday. The sentencing will take place on April 15 and Alvarado is expected to be handed a sentence of two to four years in state prison.
The man broke into Swift’s home multiple times. He reportedly used her shower on at least one occasion, according to TMZ.
Alvarado had already pled guilty to one count of attempted burglary and one count of criminal contempt last year and was expected to face six months in prison. He was also expected to serve five years probation in Florida and was ordered to complete a mental health treatment program.
The sentence will likely increase from months to years after Alvarado returned to Swift’s house on March 7. “The defendant was observed on video surveillance removing a ladder from a nearby construction site, climbing up the side of the building and walking across the complaining witness’s patio,” Assistant District Attorney Caitlyn Jaile told Justice Laura Ward, per PageSix.
Alvarado was initially arrested in April inside the “Bad Blood” singer’s New York City house. He is said to have climbed a ladder and smashed Swift’s window before entering the home. He washed off in her shower and fell asleep in her bed.