Three Plead Not Guilty in Taylor Swift Home Disturbance Case
Three people who were arrested outside Taylor Swift's home property on June 15 have each pleaded not guilty to charges of misdemeanor disorderly conduct. The three adults were accused of throwing beer bottles at Swift's security guards outside her Westerly, R.I., home.
The Westerly Sun says that Michael Horrigan, 29, Tristan J. Kading, 28, and Emily Kading, 26, each appeared with their own lawyers at 4th Division District Court and entered the plea of not guilty on Friday.
On June 15, Horrigan and the two Kadings reportedly threw beer bottles at Ryan Poirier, a security guard on detail at Swift's home. After shouting expletives and allegedly giving the middle finger to Poirier, the Kadings were handcuffed while Horrigan reportedly ran towards Swift's house. The security guards alerted police, to which Horrigan was then handcuffed and arrested as well. Swift was not home at the time.
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