Taylor Swift’s Stalker Violates His Restraining Order, Has Warrant Out for Arrest
Police are trying to find Taylor Swift’s stalker after he violated his lifetime restraining order against the “Bad Blood” singer.
The Austin-American Statesman is reporting that authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of Frank Andrew Hoover following an alleged close encounter the 39-year-old had with Swift.
An affidavit claims that Hoover was spotted attempting to photograph Swift at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Oct. 22 after she had performed at Austin’s Circuit of Americas. Hoover reportedly came within 25 to 50 feet of the singer and her family when her motorcade arrived at a private hangar, thereby violating the protective order against him.
The affidavit also states that Hoover also sent Swift’s father about 30 emails from Aug. 28 through Oct. 27. In the messages, he claimed that God told him he was supposed to be with Swift and help the world become a more peaceful place.
“Without her, I walk the earth alone forever and she’ll continue to experience failed relationships that break her heart,” he wrote.
In another note, he included an attached picture of Swift with red captioning that read, “A whore named Satan dies.”
If found and convicted, Hoover could face up to 10 years in prison for violating his restraining order, which is considered a third-degree felony.
The protective order against Hoover, which was issued in Kansas, states that he must stay 500 feet away from Swift.