Charges Dropped in Taylor Swift Rhode Island Home Disturbance Case
On June 15, Tristan J. Kading and Michael Horrigan, both 29, and Emily Kading, 26, were arrested and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct after they allegedly threw beer bottles at security guards protecting Swift's home while shouting expletives at the same time.
The trio had their charges dismissed after confirming to the court that they had each paid $100 to a crime victims fund and performed 10 community service hours each. Each defendant was represented by a separate lawyer.
Swift was not home at the time of the incident.
Fans of Swift have seen her new Rhode Island property through Instagram photos. The singer-songwriter made headlines over the July 4th weekend when it was revealed that she spent the holiday with some famous friends at her home, including Lena Dunham and Emma Stone.
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