After being confined to a mental health facility for pleading no contest to stalking actress Mila Kunis in January 2013, Stuart Lynn Dunn has escaped the Pomona, Calif. facility.
Dunn left around 8 p.m. on Saturday night, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lt. Martin Rodriguez told the Los Angeles Times. He was arrested twice in 2012, first in February for breaking into a vacant home owned and occupied by Kunis, and again in May after waiting for the actress in the parking lot of her gym for three consecutive days. Following the former arrest, Dunn pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of authorized entry of a dwelling, and authorities ordered Dunn to stay away from Kunis for three years.
According to the Times, Kunis has been made aware of Dunn’s escape.
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