Man violates court order to stalk Taylor Swift, bombards her dad with death threats: Police

New charges have been filed against a man accused of stalking pop singer Taylor Swift.

According to Fox News, Texas native Frank Andrew Hoover was arrested more than a year ago for violating a restraining order obtained by Swift.

He was accused of stalking her following a concert in October 2016.

Hoover, then 39, was arrested on suspicion of following Swift’s vehicle from the concert venue to an airport where her private jet awaited. She had previously secured a lifetime restraining order requiring him to stay at least 500 feet away from her.

New reports indicate he was also bombarding her father with threatening emails during the same time period.

As TMZ reported this week, Hoover’s communications with Swift’s father, Scott, included death threats aimed at the entire family.

“Decided that we are going to end all the Swifts on one day because I can’t stand that virus s— your daughter spread,” one email reportedly read.

In another, Hoover allegedly referred to the them as an “evil family of devils,” calling out four members specifically before reiterating the sincerity of his threats.

“This article is not a joke and is why god is going to burn them into the desert for me,” he reportedly wrote.

Among the other threats and taunts included in the correspondences, Hoover reportedly wrote “Go to hell, Swift,” and “Enjoy the brain aneurysms and death.”

He was initially charged with violating a restraining order. New charges reportedly include stalking and repeatedly violating a restraining order.

[Featured image: Taylor Swift, Frank Andrew Hoover — Associated Press, Travis County Sheriffs Department]