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Mila Kunis On Her Stalker: He 'looked like he could eat me'

Actress Mila Kunis at Comic-Con International 2012 on July 13, 2012 in San Diego (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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A long-running ordeal may be over for actress Mila Kunis, as a man accused of stalking the actress is being sent off to a live-in rehab program.

27-year-old Stuart Lynn Dunn pleaded no contest today in Los Angeles Superior Court to stalking the star of "That' '70s Show," and was ordered to complete a six month stint in a rehabilitation facility, according to City News Service.

Dunn was arrested last May after he disobeyed orders to stay away from the "Black Swan" star and began to show up where Kunis was, including outside her gym and near her car. A year prior, Dunn had been found living illegally in the actress' vacant West Hollywood condo, and was charged with unauthorized entry of a dwelling and was ordered to stay away from Kunis.

Kunis attested last June that she was fearful of Dunn, noting: "[Dunn] looked like he could eat me."

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Today in court, Judge George Lomeli also ordered Stuart Lynn Dunn to serve five years on probation and issued a protective order requiring him to stay away from Kunis, her agents, managers and assistants.