Man Wants Taylor Swift to Testify in His Trespassing Case

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Taylor Swift performs during The 1989 World Tour at Hyde Park on June 27, 2015 in London, England.  

A man charged with trespassing at Taylor Swift's Rhode Island mansion wants the singer to testify on his behalf.

The Westerly Sun reports 24-year-old Nicholas Field was back in court Friday.

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The Westerly resident was arrested April 14 and charged with willful trespassing at Swift's beachfront mansion. Field says he wants Swift to be served with a subpoena to appear in court. He says Swift didn't say to press charges.

Police say surveillance video shows Field approaching the gate at Swift's property to deliver a letter and poem. They say Field was manipulating the gate when he was arrested.

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Field says he wants to see the video, which was not available Friday.

It's unclear whether Field is being represented by an attorney.

The case was continued to July 10.