Mila Kunis: Stalker has “crazy eyes,” looks like he “could eat” me
Mila Kunis told LAPD detectives that her alleged stalker, Stuart Lynn Dunn, “scared” her because he apparently “could eat” her a la the Miami bath salts cannibal.
According to E! News, members of Los Angeles’ finest testified at a preliminary hearing this Wednesday that would decide if Dunn should be brought to trial on felony stalking charges.
LAPD Detective John Gregozek interviewed Mila Kunis twice. According to him, the ‘Ted’ star said she was “scared of Mr. Dunn” and “in fear for her safety.” Kunis claimed that Stuart Lynn Dunn had “crazy eyes.” She further said that her alleged stalker supposedly looked like he “could eat” her. Detective Gregozek stated that Kunis was “110 percent in fear of her safety.”
E! News reported that police took defendant Dunn, 27, into custody on May 4 after he allegedly appeared for the third day straight outside the Beverly Hills gym Mila Kunis frequented. Dunn’s proximity to Kunis violated a restraining order secured against him earlier this year.
Back in February, Stuart Lynn Dunn pleaded no contest to unauthorized entry of a dwelling. The alleged stalker broke into a vacant condo belonging to Kunis. The court ordered Dunn to stay away from Mila Kunis for three years, which he violated in May.
In addition to Detective John Gregozek, E! News reported that a security manager at Creative Artists Agency named Matthew DeHaven also testified. According to DeHaven, the alleged stalker appeared at their Century City office earlier this year and asked to see Kunis’ agent, Jeremy Plager. DeHaven said that Dunn left without incident after he was denied access to the building.
In Dunn’s defense, attorney Ruchi Gupta argued that his client had never contacted Mila Kunis personally. Attorney Gupta also declared that Stuart Lynn Dunn was not a “credible threat.”
The counterargument of prosecutor Wendy Segall declared that Dunn’s “conduct was threatening.” She reminded everyone that the court and the management of Mila Kunis had told the alleged stalker to stay away. “He is going to do whatever he can to get close to her,” Segall accused.
The judge set Dunn’s arraignment for June 27. He also ordered Dunn to stand trial.
Stuart Lynn Dunn can face up to four years in prison if proven guilty of felony stalking and felony stalking in violation of a restraining order. Bail for the alleged stalker was set at $150,000 bail. That should relieve Mila Kunis.