Jacob Kulke, 24, was arrested on December 14th after allegedly climbing over a fence near Taylor Swift's Nashville home. Now, The Daily Mail reports, the charges against him have been dropped.

According to Police, Kulke claimed to be Swift's boyfriend, and that he'd taken a bus from Wisconsin to be with her on her birthday, which obviously isn't true. Prosecutors have decided against following the charges, as he's already spent 13 days in hail on a $10,0000 bond, and the misdemeanour charge would only carry a maximum of 30 days in the big house. His lawyer Sean McKinney has stated that his client was duped into thinking the pair had communicated over social media. He said: "It is the defence's position that he was misled by someone else. Mr Kulke had reasonable belief that he was invited on to the premises Mr McKinney said that prosecutors could still bring the charge back within the statutes of limitations, but no restrictions were placed on him by the prosecutors." He added: "He is still a big fan of Taylor Swift."

Taylor Swift - who is enjoying a real life romance with One Direction star Harry Styles - has recently been named the most charitable celeb by Dosomething.org, who said of Swift, "The country-pop star continues to top the charts with her new album "Red" - but that's not all. TSwift is our number one celeb gone good. She's had quite a year being the YOUNGEST person to ever receive the Ripple of Hope Award from the Robert F. Kennedy Center for her charity work. The 23-year-old also donated 4 million (the largest sum yet!) to the Country Hall of Fame Museum. Not to mention, her tremendous work for young people battling cancer among many others."