Sandra Bullock's Crazed Fan Charged With Residential Burglary, Stalking
The stalker has now been charged and bail was set at $185,000
It’s scary being a celebrity these days. Even someone as well liked as Sandra Bullock isn’t safe, as the recent home invasion she suffered shows. When an alleged stalker invaded Bullock’s home on Sunday, the actress was forced to lock herself in a room until the police arrived on the scene. Bullock’s son was not in the house at the time.
The actress kept her presence of mind and locked herself in a room until the police arrived.
Now, TMZ has obtained even more disturbing information – the man - Joshua Corbett - was carrying a machine gun when he went looking for Bullock. According to the police, via the gossip website, the stalker was indeed looking for the Gravity star and did not intend to burglarize the property. Apparently he was just hoping to get to meet his favorite celebrity – and went about it entirely the wrong way. Police responded to a 911 call from inside the residence after Corbett allegedly climbed the fence to access the actress' West Los Angeles residence. He was then arrested at the scene. According to law enforcement, he did not have the machine gun at the time of the arrest. Police found it later, which is why the troubling information is just being released now.
Corbett had his day in court yesterday, June 11. He was charged with felony counts of residential burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun, report CNN. The bail was set at $185,000.
The stalker has now been charged and bail has been set at $185,000.