Mila Kunis probably doesn't want a repeat of this particular episode.
A man accused of harassing the That 70's Show star since last July will be in court tomorrow morning to be arraigned on charges of stalking and stalking in violation of a restraining order, both felonies, according to the L.A. District Attorney's Office.
Stuart Lynn Dunn, 27, was arrested earlier this month after approaching Kunis outside a Beverly Hills gym—three months after she obtained a restraining order against him.
But why did Kunis get the order of protection in the first place?
According to authorities, Dunn made repeated calls in search of Kunis' personal information and then, in January, broke into a vacant condo owned by Kunis—and temporarily moved right in.
He pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry of a dwelling in February and was ordered to stay away from Kunis for three years.
Per the new case against him, Dunn was waiting for Kunis in the parking lot of the Body Maxx Health Club for three consecutive days before he was finally collared.
He is facing a maximum sentence of four years in prison if convicted of both stalking charges. The D.A.'s office is recommending bail be set at $150,000.