Sandra Bullock's 'stalker' charged for weapon possession -- which includes 7 machine guns

19 June 2014 / 2 years 4 months ago

Sandra Bullock's alleged stalker has been charged with 19 felonies after an "arsenal" of weapons, including seven machine guns, was found in his home.

Joshua Corbett - who was arrested after spending over five hours in the 'Gravity' actress' home earlier this month - was discovered to have an "arsenal" of weapons in his house, including seven machine guns.

As well as seven charges for those guns, he also faces two counts of possession of an assault weapon and 10 counts of possession of a destructive device - believed to be red-tipped tracer rounds - as well as being charged for stalking the actress, TMZ reports.

Despite his huge cache of weaponry, it is believed Corbett didn't want to harm the Hollywood beauty but just wanted to see her, though she locked herself in a room before calling police.

The alleged stalked reportedly managed to scale over the barbed wire surrounding the property and enter the $16 million house at around 1am while Sandra was asleep, but she only made the 911 call after finding him rifling through her belongings at 6:30 am.

When officers arrived on the scene within four minutes, they found Joshua in the grounds outside the 49-year-old star's house.

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