NASHVILLE — A federal judge has brought an Austin, Texas, guy to 30 weeks in prison after he pleaded guilty to stalking and sending threatening emails and letters to pop celebrity Taylor Swift’s former record label.
Based on documents filed in federal court, Eric Swarbrick had been granted the sentence in a hearing Wednesday at Nashville. The details of the sentence, which also contains three decades of supervised releasethat have been concurred on by prosecutors at a plea arrangement that Swarbrick entered 2019.
The complaint stated Swarbrick delivered 40 emails and letters to Substantial Machine Tag Team 2018, requesting the CEO to present him to Swift. As time passes the letters became increasingly threatening and violent. On three events Swarbrick drove to Nashville to deliver them.