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3 Arrested for pelting Taylor Swift's house with beer bottles

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Trouble when they walked in

Three Rhode Island residents have been arrested for getting totally rude at Taylor Swift's beach house.

Taylor Swift's gorgeous mansion overlooking the ocean in Rhode Island has caused her nothing but grief, and the latest incident might land three people in jail.

According to guards at the home, three people were spotted throwing beer bottles onto the singer's property while shouting expletives and holding up their middle fingers.

Michael Horrigan, Tristan J. Kading and Emily E. Kading were charged with disorderly conduct by Westerly, Rhode Island, police, who said that upon their approach Horrigan tried to run as the others were handcuffed.

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Swift's security photographed the alleged perpetrators with their cell phones to aid the police. The trio was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

Swift was not home at the time of the incident, but she certainly has not endeared herself to neighboring residents. Last summer, a local man was arrested after simply passing to a guard on the property a non-threatening note with his phone number on it. Later in the year, angry residents accused her of stealing rocks from the water and tearing up the public beach to build a seawall without the proper permits.

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"Imagine my surprise when I soon discovered that Swift has not obtained one single permit from the town for the cliff work, which could well be among the largest construction projects in [the area] right now," wrote The Day columnist David Collins.

"She's tearing up the beach and everyone is pissed off about it," a local told Radar Online.

The singer's security staff has also come under fire for overzealously patrolling the public beach below the property and installing ugly "no trespassing" signs.

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