Thursday, September 3, 2015

Three plead not guilty to hurling beer bottles at Taylor Swift's home

Three people have pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct charges after allegedly hurling beer bottles at Taylor Swift's Rhode Island home and shouting at a security guard.

Three plead not guilty to hurling beer bottles at Taylor Swift's home

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Taylor Swift spotted out in New York wearing all black carrying the Dolce & Gabbana 'Sara Handbag'. TNYF/WENN.com

Three people have pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct charges after allegedly hurling beer bottles at Taylor Swift's Rhode Island home and shouting at a security guard.

Connecticut residents Michael Horrigan, 29, Tristan Kading, 28, and Emily Kading, 26, were arrested outside the country hitmaker's beachfront property last month. They appeared in a Rhode Island court on Friday, when they each pleaded their innocence. The court date took place weeks after Tristan Kading told TMZ.com their behavior had simply gotten out of hand while they were drinking. The singer was not at home at the time of the incident.

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