Taylor Swift's stalker Timothy Sweet was ordered to stay 100 yards away from her and her parents for the next three years in Los Angeles on Tuesday (25.03.14).
Taylor Swift's stalker has been ordered to stay away from her for the next three years.
The 24-year-old singer's temporary restraining order against Timothy Sweet was extended at a hearing in Los Angeles on Tuesday (25.03.14), during which a judge informed him he must stay 100 yards away from the star and also forbid him from going near her parents, Andrea and Scott.
The 'Red' hitmaker claimed that Timothy, 33, had been stalking her since 2011, sending dozens of emails, letters and writing social media posts declaring his love for her.
He also allegedly threatened to ''kill any man,'' including US Secretary of State John Kerry, who came between him and Taylor, as he reportedly believes he's married to the singer, according to gossip website TMZ.com.
In one message to the blonde beauty, Mr. Sweet wrote: ''If anyone in Taylor's family get killed it is not my fault.
''My wife Taylor Swift (Sweet) and I live in Beverley Hills. I am in love with her. In conclusion, we treat each other with dignity and respect. I will carry a gun to protect her the rest of my life. (sic).''
He went on: ''Dearest Taylor, I'll kill any man who gets in the way of our marriage. Message to John Kerry, Secretary of State. Message from YOUR presidential candidate (sic).''
The singer first filed a request for a temporary protection order against Timothy at LA's Superior Court earlier this month and stated in court documents that his behaviour was ''seriously alarming and harassing'' and the constant messages and phone calls were ''extremely distressing to me and my family.''
She added that she did ''not have desire to interact with or communicate in any way with Mr. Sweet.''
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