Sandra Bullock's stalker allegedly had a notebook filled with pictures of the actress and writings suggesting he had been watching her house for days before he broke into her Hollywood home. Bullock was awoken on 8th June to discover a man outside her bedroom door and recently obtained documents show the extent of Joshua Corbett's obsession with the 'Gravity' actress.
A series of search warrants obtained by a US entertainment website detail the terrifying encounter actress Sandra Bullock endured when a stalker broke into her house at the beginning of June.
Sandra Bullock discovered her stalker outside her bedroom door in June.
The incident occurred last month, on 8th June, when Bullock was awoken at 6am by banging coming from a room on the third floor of her Hollywood Hills mansion. Bullock was alone at the time in her second floor bedroom, which can only have made the encounter even more terrifying. Bullock apparently crept towards her bedroom security door in order to close it when she saw a man - now named as Joshua James Corbett - standing outside.
Fortunately, Bullock had time to shut the door and immediately called the Los Angeles police. Soon after armed police arrived and apprehended the 39-year-old stalker. Reportedly, as Corbett was being led away by police, he shouted to Bullock "Sandy, I'm sorry. Please don't press charges."
Bullock was alone when Corbett broke in.
It is uncertain how long Corbett was in the house. Bullock had attended Spike TV's Guys Choice 2014 Awards the previous night and had returned home at around 1am on 8th June. She was woken a little after 6am by the noise which appears to have been the result of Corbett rummaging through her possessions.
TMZ obtained the search warrants which detail how Corbett was carrying a notebook filled with pictures of The Heat actress. Also enclosed in the notebook were Corbett's writings in which he claimed Bullock was his wife. He reportedly wrote "I will forever be thinking of you and Louie, my son, as you are my wife by law, the law of God and you belong to me and me to you."
Bullock immediately called the police and managed to remain in her secure bedroom when she discovered the intruder.