A judge has dismissed a case against three people accused of throwing beer bottles at Taylor Swift's home in Rhode Island in June.
A judge has dismissed a case against three people accused of throwing beer bottles at Taylor Swift's home in Rhode Island.
Michael Horrigan, 29, Tristan Kading, 28, and Emily Kading, 26 were charged with disorderly conduct in June after they allegedly hurled glass bottles at the 'Red' hitmaker's lavish property and shouted abuse at her security team, but court officials have now let them off the hook.
The trio, who had been drinking at the time of the incident, were each ordered to pay $100 to a crime victim's fund, which gives financial aid to victims of violent crimes, according to gossip website TMZ.com.
Taylor's security guard Ryan Poirier captured footage of the suspects on his mobile phone and previously claimed they ''extended their middle fingers'' at the team.
The 'Everything Has Changed' hitmaker was reportedly not at the $17 million property when the incident took place.
The 24-year-old singer has had other issues at the house, which she moved in to in May 2013, in the past, as police also arrested two fans for trespassing there in the past year.
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