Mila Kunis stalker sought after escape from Pomona mental health facility
A man who was twice convicted of stalking actress Mila Kunis was on the run Monday after escaping from a Pomona mental health facility.
Stuart Lynn Dunn, 30, left Olive Vista Behavioral Health Center, a secure mental health facility in Pomona, about 8 p.m. Saturday and has not been seen since.
Jeanne Moore, a spokeswoman for Olive Vista, said Monday that few details could be released due to federal privacy regulations. But she said the facility is working with police.
Dunn pleaded no contest in January 2013 to a felony count of stalking the “Black Swan” star and was confined to the center under the supervision of the county Probation Department, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. Martin Rodriguez.
Kunis was notified of Dunn’s escape, Rodriguez said. He told City News Service that there was no immediate threat.
Kunis’ attorney and publicist did not immediately return requests for comments.
Dunn has been arrested several times on suspicion of stalking Kunis.
Police arrested Dunn in May 2012 after he waited for Kunis in the parking lot of her gym three days in a row.
In February 2012, he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry of a dwelling after breaking into a vacant condo she owned and temporarily lived in. He made repeated calls seeking her personal information.
He was ordered to stay away from Kunis for three years.
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