A federal judge sentenced Texan Eric Swabrick to 30 months in prison on Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to sending threatening letters and emails to former Taylor Swift label Big Machine Records in Nashville, Tennessee.
During a hearing in Nashville, Swabrick was sentenced, including three years of supervision, but the terms of the prosecution were agreed to by the prosecution, which Swabrick recorded in 2019.
According to the complaint, Big Machine Records began receiving letters from Swabrick in January 2018, prompting CEO Scott Borchetta to introduce him to Swift.
Swarbrick sent at least 40 letters and emails that became increasingly violent and sexual.
He wandered from his home in Austin, Texas, to deliver the letter in person to Nashville at least three times, including to Hall on August 2, when he was arrested by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
After his release, Swarbick continued to contact Big Machine Records, expressing his desire to rape and kill Swift, and that he would kill himself in front of Borchetta and his employees.
“My fear of violence continues in my personal life. I am taking Quickcoat Army grade bandage dressing, which is for gunshot or stab wounds. Elle. “Websites and tabloids have taken it upon themselves to post every home address I have ever done online. You get enough stalkers trying to sneak into your house and you start off for bad things. “
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