SAN DIEGO (AP) — Parole violation and suspicion of murder results in arrest of 57-year-old.

A man who jumped onstage at a 2015 Taylor Swift concert in California has been arrested on suspicion of beating a man to death in San Diego.

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Police say 29-year-old Christian Ewing was arrested for a parole violation a few days ago and re-arrested Monday on suspicion of murder. It’s unclear if he has an attorney.


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Authorities say Ewing attacked 57-year-old Gregory Freeman on Dec. 5 in the Midway area and beat him with an object. Freeman died three days later.

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Three years ago, Ewing sneaked into Swift’s concert at San Diego’s Petco Park and jumped onstage while she was performing.


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He was tackled by security guards, one of whom suffered a broken rib. Ewing pleaded guilty to assault and got two years’ probation.


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