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Mila Kunis Stalker Could Face Four Years In Prison

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Mila Kunis' stalker is due to appear in court this morning for arraignment on felony charges.

Stuart Lynn Dunn, 27, was charged Wednesday with one felony count of stalking and another felony count of stalking in violation of a restraining order, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

Prosecutors want bail to be set at $150,000. If Dunn is convicted, he could spend up to four years in prison.

Dunn was arrested twice for allegedly stalking Kunis. The first time was in January when he broke into her vacant West Hollywood condo. He pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized entry and was ordered to stay away from the 28-year-old star of "That '70s Show" and "Black Swan," according to authorities.

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His second arrest on May 4 occurred at a gym where he appeared three days in a row trying to contact Kunis. Police from the Los Angeles Police Department's Wilshire Division showed up and made the arrest.

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