Mila Kunis' alleged stalker Stuart Dunn detained at gym
A man named Stuart Dunn was recently detained on suspicion of stalking Mila Kunis, more than three months after he was arrested for allegedly breaking into her home.
Police had on Friday, May 4, investigated a report about a disturbance at a Los Angeles gym and found the 27-year-old man at the scene. They detained him and found out he had visited the facility three days in a row to try and make contact with Kunis, according to a police statement obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com, which cites her real first name - Milena.
Dunn has not commented. In January 2012, he was arrested and charged with trespassing after allegedly breaking into Kunis' home in West Hollywood to try and meet her. She was not home at the time. Dunn was put on probation and a protective order was issued. He was also detained and hospitalized for evaluation.
The man was ordered to attend a hearing on Saturday, a day after he was arrested at the gym, but was absent. His probation was revoked and a bench warrant was issued, with bail set at $40,000. He is next set to appear in court on June 7.
Kunis, the 28-year-old star of films such as "Black Swan" and "Friends With Benefits ," had no immediate comment about the recent incident or about a report by The Daily Fill. One of its writers said they witnessed the incident. According to the report, Kunis was "accosted" by a "suspicious looking individual, possibly a local homeless man, while at her Beverly Hills gym."
"Within minutes, her security team and about six Los Angeles Police squad cars swarmed at the location," it said. "When police located the suspect, they brought him to a parking lot across the street. Mila emerged from her Range Rover and identified the man. The police then put the individual in the back of a squad car and took statements from several members of Kunis' entourage."
Kunis was one of several female celebrities targeted in a nude photo scandal. The man suspected of hacking her and other stars' emails pleaded guilty to nine felony counts and faces a maximum punishment of 60 years in federal prison. He is set to be sentenced on July 23.