After Break-In, Man Pleads Not Guilty to Stalking Sandra Bullock
By David Weiner
The man arrested early Sunday morning at Sandra Bullock's Los Angeles residence while she was home with her young son Louis on Sunday has pleaded not guilty to stalking charges.
According to court documents obtained by ET, Joshua James Corbett, 39, pleaded not guilty to stalking in a Los Angeles courtroom on Tuesday and also was charged with felony possession of a machine gun. Prosecutors say Corbett did not have the gun while on Bullock's property. If convicted, he faces more than seven years in prison.
Police say that Corbett jumped the fence surrounding Bullock's house and broke into the building at around 6:30 a.m. Sunday before he was arrested. Superior Court Judge Renee Korn set Corbett's bail at $185,000 and ordered him to stay 200 yards away from the Oscar winner.
On Saturday night, Bullock attended the 2014 Guys Choice in Culver City, Calif., and was honored with the Decade of Hotness award.