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Mila Kunis stalker pleads not guilty to staking out her gym

June 27, 2012 | 11:40 am

Mila Kunis

Actress Mila Kunis' convicted stalker appeared in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom on two new charges related to his obsessive pursuit of the star after he staked out her gym for days.

Stuart Lynn Dunn, 27, faces one count each of stalking and stalking in violation of a restraining order.

The latest charges came after Dunn waited for Kunis in the parking lot of her L.A. gym on three consecutive days, police said. A judge this month found there was sufficient evidence to require Dunn to stand trial on the charges.

Det. John Gregozek testified during the hearing that after interviewing the actress twice, he learned she was scared of Dunn, and she had seen him twice in May outside her gym and a security guard had seen him a third time.

Dunn had been ordered in February to stay away from Kunis for three years after he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry of a dwelling.

He was charged following an incident in January, when he made repeated calls seeking Kunis' personal information and then broke into a vacant home owned by her and temporarily lived there.

Dunn faces a maximum prison term of four years if convicted.

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-- Richard Winton

Photo: Mila Kunis in May. Credit: Chris Pizzello / Associated Press

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