Police are reportedly looking for a 39-year-old man after he allegedly broke his restraining order and followed Taylor Swift's motorcade after her concert in Austin last month.
According to reports released on Thursday, Frank Hoover attended the show at Circuit of the Americas arena on October 22 before following the singer and her parents to Austin Bergstrom International Airport, where authorities were dispatched.
The previously-placed restraining order against Hoover does not allow him to go within 500 feet of the 26-year-old, which he clearly violated the night of the incident.
Related: Drake Is Supposedly Showering Taylor's Cats With Gifts!
By the time cops arrived to the scene, T.Swift's plane had already taken off and Hoover was not arrested.
A member of the pop star's security team told police he had approached an employee at the airport, who said he had asked questions that "seemed out of place."
The bodyguard went inside the airport to confront Hoover, who allegedly said he wished to take a picture with the songstress and "possibly accompany Taylor wherever she goes."
But that's not all…
Apparently, Frank had sent also Tay's father, Scott, about 30 "harassing emails" that "began escalating into threats" between August 28 and October 27 detailing his infatuation with Swift, as well as "earthquakes, God, Satan's lies, forgiveness, job opportunities and partnership."
He even allegedly wrote:
"Without her, I walk the earth alone forever and she'll continue to experience failed relationships that break her heart."
Frank faces a charge of repeated violation of a protective order, a third degree felony, if cops can locate him.
We'll keep you updated as the case progresses.
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: frank hoover, legal matters, scary!, scott swift, stalker, stalking, taylor swift