Sandra Bullock’s stalker, who pleaded not guilty on Wednesday for breaking an entrance into the actress’ home, has been charged for possessing an arsenal of heavy weapons, the Associated Press reports.
On Wednesday, 39-year-old Joshua James Corbett pleaded not guilty for breaking into the home of Hollywood star Sandra Bullock. His bail was set at 2 million dollars.
The L.A. County district-s attorney has now charged the stalker with 19 felony counts which include possession of machine guns, possession of assault weapons and possession of destructive devices (tracer ammunition. The heavy weaponry was found at the man’s home by the authorities. They did not find any evidence that Corbett had brought with him any of the weapons when he broke into Bullock’s home.
The man jumped the fence of the actress’ estate on June 8. If he found guilty for the new charges, he is facing a sentence of up to 12 years behind bars.
The new charges add up to the ones over the weekend: first-degree residential burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun. Corbett was also hit with a protective order, which prevents him from getting closer than 200 from Bullock.