Taylor Swift's fame took a toll on her as she is recently disturbed by a stalker who followed her in her Texas concert for the F1 race. Fortunately, the suspect, in the name of Frank Andrew Hoover, was now arrested and under police custody.
It was on Thursday when Austin police arrested Hoover after he followed her in her October 22 Formula 1 race concert. According to Swift's bodyguards, the suspect approached Tay's car in an estimated of 25 to 50 feet distance. One of the bodyguards noticed him and asked him why is he in the location. Hoover just told the bodyguard that he just wanted to take a photo of the singer and "possibly accompany Taylor wherever she goes."
TMZ, who first got hold of the report, further said that Hoover has been hounding Swift and her family for months now in that even Tay's dad, Scott Swift, got emails from him from August 28 to October 27.
The emails included threatening messages that put the family in paranoia. One of these messages saying that the singer will experience failed relationships if she will not marry Hoover, EWN reported.
The family is particularly concerned with the stalker's message saying that all the Swifts will be killed. He also associated Tay's name with Satan in one of his messages.
In the past, the Bad Blood singer also has a couple of stalkers including Timothy Sweet and Christian Ewing. Sweet reportedly stalked Swift for three years, sent feverish emails to her and airing his love for her in social media.
Ewing, on the other hand, was nabbed by the police after he jumped up on stage during the singer's concert at Petco Park in San Diego last year.
Meanwhile, a photo of the award-winning singer's "groping incident" purported by Colorado DJ in 2013 reportedly leaked on Saturday morning.
According to E News, the photo showed the Blank Space singer standing between a fan and KYGO DJ David Mueller. It is during this incident that Mueller is said to have grabbed Tay's ass as seen by the DJ's hand which is poised behind the singer's back.
It was in October when the court granted Taylor Swift the right to seal one of the photos allowing it to be shown on public as part of the evidence of the groping incident. This happens before the case will be tried in court.