Taylor Swift Uses Her Song Lyrics to Stop Would-Be Trespassers

“I knew you were trouble when you walked in,” the sign reads. “NO TRESPASSING.”

Taylor Swift wants to stop unwanted visitors at her $17 million Rhode Island beachfront house, the same place where one man has already been charged with trespassing.

But that doesn't mean Taylor's not going to have a little fun with the sign, according to a story in the London Daily Mail.

She uses lyrics from one of her biggest hits to do so.

"I knew you were trouble when you walked in," the sign reads. "NO TRESPASSING."

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