Drake offers Taylor Swift stay at his house after stalking incident

Frank Andrew Hoover has been arrested, and he is currently being held on $100,000 bail.

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Drake has reportedly been comforting Taylor Swift after the stalking incident. In October, Frank Andrew Hoover trailed the Bad Blood hitmaker's motorcade to the airport after she wrapped up a concert in Austin, Texas.

The 39-year-old suspect came within 50 feet of Swift, and said he wanted to accompany her onto her plane. Police found and arrested Hoover, and he is currently being held on $100,000 bail.

A source told Hollywood Life: "Taylor [Swift] being stalked and freaked out about it doesn't sit well with Drake. He's real heated that she has lunatics intruding on her personal space, and he's told her he'd personally send a few of his boys to keep an eye on her and be her bodyguards."

"He's definitely been comforting for her! He's telling her everything is going to be alright and wants to make absolute certain that she feels safe and secure when she's out in public. He's even told her she's welcome to come chill at his place In LA for as long as she needs because it's safe, behind several gates and she'll be so secluded and out of harms way. She's thinking about it and Drake's really encouraging her to take his offer," the insider added.

Meanwhile, rumors about Drake and Swift dating began after she got close with him at his 30th birthday celebrations in Los Angeles. The 26-year-old singer attended the party at Delilah's in West Hollywood, California. Adding on, Drake shared a photo of him and Swift from the party on Instagram.