Put away the popcorn for this scary movie: Sandra Bullock's encounter with an invading stalker in her home last month sounds like a super-creepy Hollywood script.
It was already creepy enough: Joshua James Corbett, 39, the obsessed fan arrested on charges of breaking into her home, was later found to possess a cache of illegal weapons in his home, including a machine gun.
But The Associated Press says new details from the search warrant affidavits in the case describe an accused stalker/home invader so delusional he thinks he's Bullock's "husband" and the "father" of her son, Louis.
"I love you. You are very special to me and without you in my life there is only misery," Corbett ranted in a letter to Bullock the day before the break-in.
In it, among other revelations, he acknowledged watching Bullock's movements. "You are my girl!…You are my wife by law, the law of God and you belong to me and me to you."
Police later determined Corbett had scaled the gates of Bullock's home and forced open a locked sunroom glass door. He was walking down the stairs when they arrived but told them he was trying to tell Bullock that her security had failed.
Bullock wasn't injured but all of Hollywood is well aware of other stars plagued by obsessed individuals, including some stars who ended up dead at the hands of their stalkers.
The scene at Bullock's house early on June 8 must have been terrifying: According to investigators, she was awakened at 6:30 a.m. by banging noises that she thought came from her third-floor gym. She opened her bedroom door and saw a dark-clad stranger moving toward the stairs. She quickly shut the door, locked it and called the cops.
"Sandy, I'm sorry!" the man shouted as he was being taken away. "Don't press charges."
Corbett remains in jail awaiting trial and could face more than seven years in prison if convicted.
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