Sandra Bullock’s Stalker Charged With Stockpiling Weapons

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Joshua Corbett, already facing multiple charges stemming from an alleged break-in at Bullock’s home, pleaded not guilty to 19 additional felony weapons charges

On Wednesday, the man who’s been accused of breaking into Sandra Bullock‘s home was charged with possession of an arsenal of weapons, TheWrap has learned. He pleaded not guilty to 19 felony weapons charges.

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Joshua Corbett was charged with seven counts of possession of a machine gun, two counts of possession of an assault weapon, and 10 counts of possession of a destructive device, which police found in his home.

He has also pleaded not guilty to previous charges of burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun in relation to the alleged break-in at Sandra Bullock‘s home.

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Corbett was being held in Los Angeles County Jail with bail originally set at $185,000, but prosecutors will now ask that bail be set at $2 million based on the new complaint.

According to Corbett’s attorney, Stephen Sitkoff, his client suffers from serious mental health issues and didn’t intend to harm Bullock. The original charges saw Corbett facing a possible jail term of seven years and four months. The additional weapons counts could bring his sentence up to more than 12 years in county jail.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.