Mila Kunis’ stalker detained after showing up at her gym
Mila Kunis’ stalker appears to be violating his stay-away order.
The man in question, Stuart Dunn, is being evaluated in a mental facility and could face possible jail time, TMZ reported Monday. He was detained Friday after allegedly showing up at Kunis’ Los Angeles gym for the third day in a row.
Dunn was arrested last January after allegedly burglarizing the “Jupiter Ascending” actress’ home. He pleaded no contest and was ordered to 36 months of probation plus stay-away restrictions for three years. Showing up at the 28-year-old’s workout spot certainly isn’t a cooperative move on Dunn’s part.
Mila’s assistant filed a police report last Thursday after his second appearance at the gym, which prompted Kunis’ security team and LAPD to swoop in at the Body Maxx Health Club after Dunn was seen there Friday.
The “Friends With Benefits” star retreated to her Range Rover and helped police identify Dunn, reported the Daily Fill.
Kunis will next be seen in “Oz: The Great and Powerful,” alongside James Franco and Michelle Williams.
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