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.

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.

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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 Oct. 22 concert at Circuit of the Americas.

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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.

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