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Mila Kunis' Stalker On The Loose After Disappearing From Mental Facility
A man convicted of stalking Mila Kunis has disappeared from a mental health facility in Pomona.Stuart Lynn Dunn, 30, made what Lt. Martin Rodriguez of of the L.A. County Sheriff's Department is calling an "unauthorized departure" from the Olive Vista Behavioral Health Center in Pomona on Saturday night, City News Service reports. The specifics of his departure haven't been released due to privacy regulations, but the police are working with Olive Health to locate Dunn, according to the L.A. Times.
In January 2012, Dunn broke into Kunis' West Hollywood condo. Kunis was not living there at the time, so Dunn stayed there until he was found two weeks later. Kunis got a restraining order against Dunn, which he violated in May of 2012 when he waited outside of Kunis' gym for three days. These incidents were in addition to numerous attempts on Dunn's part to contact her. He was eventually placed in Olive Vista under the custody of the Probation Department in 2013.
Kunis has been made aware of Dunn's escape, but Rodriguez said he does not believe there is any immediate threat to her. Kunis previously said she was afraid of Dunn, and that he "looked like he could eat me."
Dunn is described as a white man, 5'7" and 125 pounds with light brown hair. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at (800)222-TIPS.
Recently, a pop singer claiming to have been a childhood friend of Kunis' said she was suing the actress for stealing her prized pet chicken when they were children.
Update, 1 p.m.: Dunn allegedly broke out of the facility via a bathroom window while he was supposed to be showering, then breaking through a security device, CBS LA reports.
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