The stalker of Taylor Swift, 26, is arrested for driving & # 39; on the New Jersey golf course of Donald Trump and just over a week & # 39; performs donuts & # 39; after he has entered the pop star's Rhode Island mansion & # 39;
- Richard McEwan, 26, is said to have driven a Trump golf course and "donuts"
- It is claimed that he performed the act twice on the green of two holes
- The Trump team says they will prosecute and there was almost $ 20,000 damage
- This comes more than a week after he allegedly broke into Taylor Swift's house
- McEwan from Milford, New Jersey, was charged with crime in the third degree
Richard Joseph McEwan (above), 26, allegedly drove his Ford vehicle to the Trump golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey and caused almost $ 20,000 in damage
A man has been arrested for reportedly driving into Donald Trump's golf course and performing "donuts" for more than a week after claiming to have broken into Taylor Swift & # 39; s multi-million dollar mansion.
Richard Joseph McEwan, 26, from Milford, New Jersey, has been sued by the police for the damage they claim to have caused to the green on two of the holes, which totaled nearly $ 20,000.
An employee of the Trump National Golf Course called the police after he saw a vehicle spinning on the 11th hole on September 3 around 5:30 PM, NJ.com reported.
Loud music was heard from the vehicle and later the police found a piece of plastic with a Ford label on it after searching the area.
Allegedly he then came back for a second round on Sunday around 3:30 PM, when a witness claimed to see a blue Ford with a Rutgers sticker powered by a white man on hole 13.
They identified the driver as McEwan who has since been accused of a third-degree criminal calamity count.
A spokesperson for the Trump organization told NJ.com: & # 39; He will be prosecuted according to full law. & # 39;
McEwan is accused of damaging the lawn on holes 11 and 13 on the Trump National Golf Course
These two alleged incidents come just over a week after McEwan (right) was arrested for breaking into Taylor Swift's mansion in Rhode Island. He suggested $ 5,000 for the incident
Taylor Swift's house (above) is worth $ 6.65 million and McEwan is reported to have been burgled as the third man to try it this summer
This is the second criminal incident with which McEwan has been charged in just over a week.
He was accused of climbing a wall to gain access to Taylor Swift's $ 6.65 million mansion in Westerly, Rhode Island, on August 30.
McEwan was reportedly caught in the 11,744-square-meter home after activating a motion sensor alarm that alerted the police.
When officers and the security guard subsequently investigated the malfunction, they found McEwan standing in the foyer after he had taken his orange shoes out of politeness while in someone else's house, police said.
Police say they searched the seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home and eventually encountered the intruder, who then ran for it, was reported by NJ.com.
Allegedly McEwan entered the house by breaking a glass door before he felt at home and walked through the plush pillow that Swift bought in April 2013 after he broke up with Conor Kennedy.
The luxury townhouse overlooks 700 feet of coastline with views of Block Island Sound and Montauk Point.
He placed a $ 5,000 bond for the allegations of breaking and entering a home without the owner's consent and intentional violation.
For the most recent allegations on the golf course, it was reported that Trump was not at the location, but spent time in July, according to his public schedule.
During his presidency, he spent 90 days at the property, making it the second most popular resort where he stayed, behind Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, NBC reported.
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