The alleged stalker police arrested last month at the home of Sandra Bullock actually came face-to-face with the Oscar-winning star.
TMZ.com said Tuesday that according to a warrant police obtained to search the home of Joshua Corbett, the intruder was inside Bullock's Beverly Hills estate around 1 a.m. on June 8.
Bullock, 49, heard a loud banging in her house and went to close and lock her bedroom door, TMZ said, citing the warrant. When the "Gravity" star saw Corbett, 39, in her hallway, wearing dark clothing, she slammed the door shut and called 911. Upon the arrival of police, Corbett screamed, "Sandy, I'm sorry. Please don't press charges."
Corbett was carrying a notebook containing magazine photos of Bullock and several handwritten notes, one of which read, "I will forever be thinking of you and Louie, my son, as you are my wife by law, the law of God and you belong to me and me to you." Louis is Bullock's 4-year-old son. In his notes, Corbett forgives Bullock for "anything you may have done" and calls her "hot and intelligent, lissome and taught [sic]."
Police had found seven guns at Corbett's Montrose, California, home, and obtained this warrant to search for more weapons he owns.
Charged with residential burglary, stalking and other crimes, Corbett entered a not guilty plea at his June 10 court appearance. Bond was set at $185,000, but after police found the guns at Corbett's home, his bail was raised an additional $2 million. The charges carry a maximum seven years and four months in prison, Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Wendy Segall told CNN.