A man who was charged with a misdemeanor count of stalking Hollywood star Mila Kunis escaped from a mental institution in Ponoma, California, on Saturday. He was apprehended on Wednesday – four days later.
At around 10:30 a.m., 30-year-old Stuart Lynn Dunn was arrested by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies from the major crimes division. No other information has been released regarding his arrest.
On Saturday, officials from the Olive Vista Behavioral Health Center were alerted that Dunn had escaped around 8:00 p.m. During that time, Dunn was supposed to be in the shower, but when he did not come out after officials came to get him, he was reported missing. It was discovered that he climbed out a small window in the bathroom. Officials also warned the public that he was considered dangerous.
Local authorities stated Kunis was aware of the situation. Dunn has been taken into custody multiple times over the past few years for stalking Kunis. In the most recent incident, he was arrested for stalking the actress outside of a gym for three consecutive days in May 2012. He was ordered to stay clear of her for three years after he broke into the star’s condo in another incident.
By Alex Lemieux
LA Times: Actress Mila Kunis’ stalker arrested 4 days after escape from mental health facility
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