Taylor Swift’s Stalker Sentenced to 10 Years Probation

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The person accused of threatening to kill Taylor Swift and her household has been sentenced to 10 years of probation, E! Information can affirm.

Again in November 2016, Frank Andrew Hoover was arrested for violating a restraining order the “Finish Sport” singer had taken out in opposition to him after he allegedly stalked her after her live performance at a Method 1 race in October. Court docket paperwork additionally said that Hoover had despatched steady emails to her father, Scott Swift, from August to October 27.

In January 2018, Hoover confronted new expenses after prosecutors uncovered emails through which he allegedly threatened to kill Swift and her household.

Taylor Swift, Frank Andrew Hoover

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The contents of the emails have been revealed in the indictment, which E! Information obtained on the time. Within the messages, Hoover allegedly advised the household, who he known as the “evil household of devils,” to “benefit from the mind aneurysms and demise” and likewise allegedly mentioned, “Determined that we’re going to finish all of the Swifts on sooner or later as a result of I can not stand that virus s–t your daughter unfold.”

One other electronic mail merely said, “Go to hell, Swift.”

Along with 10 years of probation, TMZ studies that Hoover’s location might be monitored by GPS for at the least the primary yr of his probation and he has keep “a mile away” from the Swifts.

“Hoover additionally has to finish psychological testing, and attend substance abuse lessons, give up all firearms and bear random drug testing,” in accordance with the location.

Failure to observe the principles of probation may result in jail time for Hoover.

Swift has by no means commented publicly on the case.

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