Mila Kunis’ Alleged Stalker Pleads Not Guilty To Felony Charges
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A man accused of stalking “Black Swan” and “That ’70s Show” actress Mila Kunis pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two felony charges.
On June 13, a judge determined there was sufficient evidence for Stuart Lynn Dunn, 27, to stand trial on felony charges of stalking and stalking in violation of a restraining order.
Los Angeles police Detective John Gregozek testified that Kunis was “scared of Mr. Dunn” and “in fear for her safety.”
“She stated that (the) defendant looked like he could eat me,” Gregozek told the judge.
Dunn was originally arrested in January when he broke into a vacant West Hollywood condominium owned by Kunis, according to police and the District Attorney’s Office. He pleaded no contest in February to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry of a dwelling and was ordered to stay away from the 28-year-old actress.
Kunis told police she saw Dunn sitting next to her car outside the gym May 2 before she drove away, the detective testified.
A man working for a private security firm told police he saw Dunn walking in front of the gym May 3, and the actress said she observed Dunn standing across the street as she drove to the gym May 4.
He was arrested again May 4 and has remained in jail on $150,000 bail.
Dunn was expected to return to court Aug. 1 for a pretrial hearing.