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Shocking new details about Sandra Bullock's scary run-in with an alleged stalker have just been revealed by the LAPD, and they paint a frightening picture of what exactly occurred that evening inside the Oscar winner's house.
According to an affidavit, the actress called police after seeing a male "wearing a dark sweatshirt and dark pants" walk past her bedroom towards the third floor stairs.
"She feared for her safety, closed and locked her door to her bedroom and called 911," the report added.
Bullock's son, Louis, was not present at the time of the terrifying incident, police noted.
Police immediately arrested Joshua Corbett without incident and, according to the report, he screamed out "Sandy" and "Sandy I'm sorry, please don't press charges."
It was later determined by authorities that Corbett had entered Bullock's home through a locked sunroom glass door on the ground floor.
A search warrant was issued for Corbett's home, storage unit and car, which uncovered several items of evidence that point to the fact that he was obsessed with the Hollywood star.
Police say that they have recovered a notebook with handwritten letters that read, "Sandy, you could have had me today however you choose other people over me. I'll be around as you know. I love you. You are very special to me and without you in my life their will be only miserly. I've waited and waited and you never come, perhaps this is all supposed to happen some other way.
"Perhaps Hawaii or a run on the street who knows.I have no idea. I love you and Louie and only want to be a part of your lifes I miss you very much and think of you every moment of the day. You are my girl…Always and Love forever your Husband, Joshua James Corbett.."
Several firearms, rifles and handguns as well as a large amount of ammunition were also recovered from Corbett's home.
Corbett has plead not guilty to felony charges of burglary, stalking and possession of a stockpile of weapons.