Mila Kunis' gym rat better get used to that cage he's in. Because it looks like he'll be there awhile.
Stuart Lynn Dunn, the man accused of harassing the Black Swan star, pleaded not guilty today in a Los Angeles court to two felony charges of stalking, E! News confirms.
The 27-year-old was taken into custody on May 4 after he attempted to contact the 28-year-old Kunis in the parking lot of a Los Angeles gym where he had hung out for three consecutive days in hopes of meeting her.
In doing so, Dunn allegedly violated a three-year restraining order issued against him back in February after he was arrested the month before for breaking into a vacant West Hollywood condo the actress owned and then squatting there.
In the latter case, the dude subsequently pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry of a dwelling and was ordered to keep away from the thespian.
Wearing a blue jumpsuit and sporting a blond goatee, Dunn sat quietly, his face buried in his hands, as Superior Court Judge Shelly Baron Torrealba gave her orders and called his actions "a violent and serious crime."
Bail was set at $150,000, and a protective order was issued where Dunn will be unable to harass or stalk Kunis. Unless he bonds out, Dunn will remain in lockup until the next hearing scheduled for May 31. At that point, the judge will determine whether there's enough evidence for him to stand trial on the two counts filed by the district attorney yesterday—stalking in violation of a restraining order and stalking.
If convicted of the charges, Dunn faces a maximum of four years in state prison.