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Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get you.
Although she agreed with a psychiatrist's report that the 33-year-old woman accused of stalking John Cusack exhibits "delusional" and "paranoid" behavior, a Los Angeles judge ruled Tuesday that Leatherman is fit to stand trial next month.
The judge barred Emily Leatherman, however, from representing herself at trial and appointed an attorney to defend her.
Leatherman, who has been in custody since police nabbed her March 30 near Cusack's Malibu home, didn't take the news too well. She could be heard crying in the courtroom and she frequently tried to talk over the judge.
"I do think you're delusional," Leatherman, who authorities have labeled a transient, told L.A. Superior Court Judge Susan M. Speer at one point, to which the jurist replied, "You calling me names only further proves my point."