AUSTIN (AP) — Officials say a Texas man under a lifetime restraining order to stay away from singer Taylor Swift allegedly stalked her at an Austin airport following a concert.READ MORE: Thousands Of Haitian Migrants Crowd Under Bridge To Wait In Texas Town On Mexican Border
Travis County records show Frank Andrew Hoover of Austin was being held Friday on a charge of violating a protective order requiring him to stay at least 500 feet away from Swift.
Bond was $100,000. No attorney was listed to speak for the 39-year-old suspect arrested Thursday. An affidavit says the incident happened after Swift’s October 22 concert at Circuit of the Americas.READ MORE: Texas Doctor Says He's Still Being Punished For Trying To Save Lives During COVID-19
Hoover allegedly followed Swift’s motorcade to a private area at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and got within 50 feet of her. Hangar workers say Hoover talked about wanting to accompany Swift on her plane.
The restraining order was issued in Kansas.MORE NEWS: Workers Raise Big Tex For 2021 As State Fair Of Texas Set To Kick Off September 24
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