Sandra Bullock's stress level is at an all-time high due to the fact that her stalker, Joshua James Corbett, was released from a mental health facility today.
The man who once stood outside the acclaimed actress' bedroom is now free to walk the streets after a judge ordered him five years of probation.
On June 8, 2014, the terrified Oscar winner was hiding in a closet after she heard a loud noise disturbing her sleep. She hid in her closet as she guided police to her home as she and her two adopted children, Laila and Louis, feared for their lives.
Corbett was unarmed the night he broke into Bullock's home, although, he carried a notebook filled with cut-out magazine pictures of Bullock and 25 pages worth of hand-written notes.
"I will forever be thinking of you and Louie, my son, as you are my wife by law, the law of God and you belong to me and me to you," one note read.
The 52-year-old actress did not show up during the case, but her 15-minute 911 phone call was sufficient enough for the judge to understand her terror.
Corbett appeared at Bullock's house three nights in a row and was ordered by the court to stay away from Bullock for 10 years.
"It's clear that he was stalking her repeatedly and maliciously," Deputy district attorney, Wendy Segall, said. "There is not a more clear-cut case of stalking than this one."
Although Corbett claimed he never meant to hurt Bullock, he is still to remain as far away from her as possible.
"I'd already hurt somebody that I didn't intend to. I did not want to affect my family with my actions."
Sandra's lawyer, Ed McPherson, was in court on Friday for a hearing to turn Sandra's temporary restraining order into a permanent one.
The judge agreed and Joshua Corbett is required to stay 200 yards away from Sandra until June 2022.