Police searching for man who violated Taylor Swift restraining order


A warrant has been issued  for the arrest of a man within Texas who stalked  Taylor Swift   following a recent concert at Austin’ s i9000 Circuit of Americas. Frank Toby Hoover, 39, allegedly attempted to part Swift near her private aircraft following the show, her only live concert of 2016.

Based on the  Austin-American Statesman , Swift has a life time restraining order against Hoover, that was filed in Kansas and demands  he  not come within five hundred feet of her. An affidavit states that Hoover was trying to get a photograph of Swift in a private hangar at Austin-Bergstrom Airport terminal and came within 25 in order to 50 feet of the singer plus her family, thus violating the particular protective order.

Because of this, police have filed a justify for his  arrest. Hoover  is sending Swift’ s father doubtful and threatening emails about their daughter.

“ I’ ve placed my life in your fingers as you could easily file match for my violation of the life time protective order, ” Hoover had written in one message. “ Despite the life time ban … I must continue forwards as I have no other path in every area of your life. ”

In Sept, Hoover said  that God informed him that he and Swift might make the world a more peaceful location: “ Without her, I stroll the earth alone forever and she’ ll continue to experience failed associations that break her heart. ”

Later, his email messages became more threatening as he degraded Swift and her father following the Oct. 22 incident at the aircraft hangar. One email included a good attached photo  of Swift having a red caption that read, “ A whore named Satan passes away. ”

If discovered and convicted, Hoover could invest up to 10 years in prison designed for violating his restraining order.

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