June 29th, 2012 by edsel
Stuart Lynn Dunn -the alleged stalker of Mila Kunis- pleaded not guilty to two separate charges of stalking.
E! News reported that Dunn was accused of harassing the 28-year-old ‘Friends with Benefits’ actress on multiple occasions. The 27-year-old homeless man was charged with one count of stalking in violation of a restraining order earlier obtained by Mila Kunis against him. He was also charged with one count of stalking.
Kunis’ alleged stalker formally entered a not guilty plea at an L.A. court this Wednesday.
According to E! News, Mila Kunis called the LAPD after Dunn showed up for three days in a row at Kunis’ Beverly Hills fitness center. Kunis and at least one witness alleged that Dunn attempted to meet with her during that times.
LAPD arrested Stuart Lynn Dunn on May 4 while he waited outside Kunis’ gym. Bail for him was set at $150,000. The alleged stalker had remained in custody ever since.
Two weeks ago, E! News reported that LAPD Detective John Gregozek testified at a preliminary hearing that Mila Kunis “was scared” of Dunn. Kunis told the investigator that her alleged stalker gave her the impression of having “crazy eyes.” Dunn also reputedly looked like he “could eat” Kunisa la the Miami cannibal.
Detective Gregozek further added that the ‘Friends with Benefits’ star admitted that she “feared for her safety.” Kunis had obtained a restraining order against Dunn in February after he illegally occupied a vacant condo that she owned. Dunn, however, violated that restraining order, which led to his arrest early in May.
The pretrial hearing for Stuart Lynn Dunn will take place on August 1. The alleged stalker faces up to four years in prison if he is convicted of stalking Mila Kunis.
June 28th, 2012 by edsel
Part of the sentence for Hollywood hacker Christopher Chaney involved paying Scarlett Johansson nearly $67,000 as restitution.
E! News reported that the U.S. State’s Attorney’s Office recently filed a sentencing recommendation regarding Chaney’s case. The SAO recommendation also detailed recommended settlements for Chaney’s victims, which included ‘Avengers’ star Johansson and ‘Voice’ judge Christina Aguilera but not, oddly enough, Mila Kunis.
The sentencing recommendation suggested $7,500 for the ‘Voice’ judge. However, while Christopher Chaney hacked into the email of Christina Aguilera, the government decided that Scarlett Johansson had suffered more.
According to E! News, Johansson was forced to deal with a website that posted nude photos of her. (That scandal, incidentally, led to Chaney’s arrest.) And that’s not even getting into how Chaney went through the “depressing” emails Scarlett Johansson exchanged with Ryan Reynolds during their ongoing divorce at the time.
So the government determined that Christopher Chaney needed to pay Miss Johansson $66,719.49 for her troubles.
Scarlett Johansson didn’t get the highest amount of restitution, though. That goes to Renee Olstead, the star of ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager.’ Chaney owed her $76,767.35.
E! News noted that Mila Kunis was identified as one of the hackees. However, no restitution was assigned to the ‘Friends with Benefits’ star. Instead, prosecutors suggested that Christopher Chaney cut a check for $10,374.59 to the health fund of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
However, the state’s attorney also determined that it was “unlikely” that Chaney would be able to “repay any significant amount to the victims” given his employment record. So the sentencing recommendation also suggested a “high-end” prison sentence of 71 months.
Back in March, Hollywood hacker Christopher Chaney pleaded guilty to nine counts of unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. He will receive his sentence for hacking the email accounts of Scarlett Johansson and company on July 23.
June 15th, 2012 by edsel
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.
May 22nd, 2012 by edsel
Mila Kunis will be feeling much safer during her trips to the gym after a judge set bail for her alleged stalker at a whopping $150,000.
GossipCenter earlier reported that Stuart Lynn Dunn was arrested in Los Angeles earlier this month. Dunn followed the former ‘That ’70s Show’ star to her gym for three days straight.
Growing concerned after Dunn approached her for the third straight time, Mila Kunis called in the cops. Los Angeles Police Department officers quickly responded and arrested the alleged stalker, who is charged with two counts of felony stalking.
During Friday’s hearing, Stuart Lynn Dunn declared that he was innocent and entered a ‘not guilty’ plea. The judge was not really convinced, though. After noting the defendant’s previous behavior, the judge set his bail to a much higher amount than usual.
In addition to the huge bail, alleged stalker Dunn also got a new protective order that banned him from going anywhere near Mila Kunis. His next court date is scheduled for May 31st.
May 21st, 2012 by edsel
The L.A. County District Attorney has slapped two counts of felony stalking against the man arrested outside of the Los Angeles gym frequented by Mila Kunis.
TMZ reported that 27-year-old Stuart Lynn Dunn was officially charged with stalking and stalking in violation of parole this Thursday. Los Angeles police stated that Dunn followed the ‘That 70s Show’ veteran to her gym and waited in the parking lot for three straight days. Kunis called in the LAPD, who arrested Dunn.
Back in January, the homeless Dunn broke into a vacant condo owned by Mila Kunis and temporarily inhabited the property. According to the Daily Mail, Dunn pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry of a dwelling. The court ordered him to stay away from Kunis for three years, but he broke his parole by stalking Kunis and was subsequently arrested a few weeks ago.
If convicted for stalking Mila Kunis, Stuart Lynn Dunn faces up to 4 years in state prison.
May 9th, 2012 by edsel
The alleged stalker of ‘That 70s Show’ veteran Mila Kunis is a repeat offender who earlier broke into Kunis’ home.
Perez Hilton earlier reported that police arrested 27-year-old Stuart Dunn this past Friday for stalking the 28-year-old Kunis while the star was on her way to a Los Angeles, CA gym. It seemed that Dunn had been attempting to contact Kunis for three days already.
Dunn had broken into Kunis’ West Hollywood house back in January. (Kunis was not home at the time.) He pleaded not guilty and was given 36 months probation. Dunn was further told in no uncertain terms to “stay away” from Kunis for 3 years. He broke both order and his probation during the weekend.
Stuart Dunn is currently awaiting a mental evaluation and possible jail time for stalking Mila Kunis.
May 8th, 2012 by edsel
Following her usual work-out, Mila Kunis left the gym this Friday expecting nothing more than the usual shutterbugs. Instead, she ran into an alleged stalker.
The Daily Fill, Celebrity Gossip, and Gossip Cop reported that the alleged stalker accosted the former ‘That 70’s Show’ actress outside of Body Maxx Health Club in Los Angeles, CA. The man’s actions alarmed Mila Kunis and her team, so the star called the police, who placed the stalker under arrest.
“The call for service came out because the individual is affiliated with a stalking investigation,” a rep for the LAPD stated. ”Sounds as if there has been some prior contact with this person.”
The stalker remains nameless. Gossip Cop was informed by the LAPD that they were still investigating the details.
This is not the first time obsessive fans targeted the 28-year-old Mila Kunis. In October, ‘Hollywood Hacker’ Christopher Chaney hacked the e-mail accounts of numerous celebrities, including Kunis’ account.