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Mila Kunis’ stalker back in custody

Published 03/06/2015

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis

A man convicted of stalking Mila Kunis has been recaptured after escaping from a mental health facility.

Stuart Lynn Dunn was being held at Olive Vista Behavioral Health Center in Pomona as part of his sentence, after pleading no contest to charges of stalking Mila back in January 2013.

However, on Saturday night, Dunn managed to free himself from the center by climbing out of a bathroom window and over a barbed wire fence when he was meant to be having a shower.

“We never know what an individual’s state of mind might be,” Los Angeles Country Probation Department Deputy Chief Reaver Bingham said at the time. “He does have a fixation on his original victim and that does concern us.”

Mila, 31, was informed of Dunn’s escape on Saturday.

After a hunt was launched for Dunn, Deputy Chief Bingham confirmed that he was taken back into custody by the sheriff’s major crimes division on Wednesday morning.

Back in 2012, Mila got a restraining order against Dunn after he broke into her house. The actress wasn’t at home at the time.

However, he then violated the order by following her to a local gym and waiting there for her for three days.

He also made repetitive phone calls in a bid to obtain personal information about the actress.

Dunn has been ordered to stay away from the actress for three years.

Mila lives with fiancé Ashton Kutcher and their seven-month-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle in a $10 million house in a Beverly Hills gated community.

It was recently revealed that the couple had joined the neighbourhood watch program in a bid to be more safety conscious now they are parents.

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