Sandra Bullock's Stalker is F**king Terrifying
Celebrity stalkers are a weird breed of crazy. Some are dangerous — like the man who killed Rebecca Schaeffer after she signed an autograph for him. Some are not right in the head, but ultimately harmless, like Margaret Mary Ray, who stalked David Letterman for a decade, believing him to be her husband, breaking into his house on numerous occasions, and even taking his car on a joy ride (she was such a frequent occurrence in Letterman’s life that he sometimes didn’t even press charges).
Sandra Bullock’s stalker sounds like someone with the obsession and mentality of Letterman’s stalker, and the potential for danger of Schaeffer’s stalker, at least according to the details of a warrant obtained to search the home of Joshua Corbett, a man who owns a machine gun (and seven other guns), who was arrested last month after Bullock discovered him in her home.
At 1 AM she hears a loud banging inside the house. Bullock goes to her bedroom door to close and lock it and she sees Corbett right there in the hallway wearing dark clothing.
Bullock slams the door shut, locks it and calls 911. She told cops she had showered before going to bed, so he may have been there the whole time.
When the cops arrived, Corbett began screaming, “Sandy, I’m sorry. Please don’t press charges.”
Corbett was carrying a notebook with cut-out magazine pics of Bullock and multiple, handwritten notes. One of the notes said, “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.”
OK, first of all, if Corbett had decided to bring along his machine gun, we might all be bereft over the death of America’s Sweetheart right now. Second of all, WHAT THE F*CK DUDE. Louie is not your son. Sandra Bullock is not your wife. You are crazy in your fucking head and you need to find some help before someone gets very fucking hurt.
Also, if that is what it’s like to be a celebrity, do not ever sign me up for that sh*t.
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