Charges dropped in Taylor Swift home disturbance
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. —
Charges have been dropped against three people accused of causing a disturbance outside singer Taylor Swift's beachside home in Rhode Island.
The Westerly Sun reports the misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges were dropped Thursday. That's after all three each paid $100 to a fund for crime victims and performed 10 hours of community service.
Swift wasn't home when the incident happened on June 14.
Police previously said 29-year-olds Michael Horrigan and Tristan Kading and 26-year-old Emily Kading, all of Stonington, Connecticut, hurled beer bottles and shouted expletives at security officers patrolling the singer's property.
They have moved to have their records expunged.