KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Shawn Smoot faces murder charges in Roane County, but he's now in trouble in Knox County, too.
Kimberly Isenberg said Smoot has been stalking her at a salon. She filed an order of protection against him in early November, saying he showed up twice and said things like, "I saw your car outside, I came looking for you." She said on Halloween, Smoot pulled up beside her, asked her how she was what she was doing, and then asked her if she was stalking him.
The judge reset the case until January. Until then, Smoot can't have any contact or communication with Isenberg.
Smoot is accused of killing Brooke Morris and leaving her body on the side of a Roane County road in 2011.
Isenberg said she knows Smoot, but cut off contact with him after he was charged with killing Morris.
Smoot is free on bond. A trial date hasn't been set yet, but court clerks say it will be sometime after February.
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