BEL AIR—The arraignment of Joshua James Corbett, the alleged stalker of actress Sandra Bullock, has been postponed until next month.
On June 8, 2014, Corbett, who had been lurking outside the gate of the actress’ Bel Air mansion, allegedly jumped over the gate and onto her property, breaking-in through a locked door. Bullock, who was inside her home at the time, locked herself in a closet and dialed 911.
In a call that was played during Corbett’s preliminary hearing, the actress states, “I’m in my closet. I have a safe door. I’m locked in the closet right now…All I saw was like, dark sweatshirt and dark pants going up the stairs to my attic.”
Corbett, who was unarmed, was carrying cut-out pictures of Bullock and love letters addressed to the actress. In the letter, Corbett pleads to become a part of Bullock’s life and professes his undying love for her. The letter, in Corbett’s possession when he was arrested by law enforcement, is signed, “Always and forever, Love, your husband.”
Though Corbett claims he did not know Bullock was in the house at the time of the break-in, he can be heard yelling, “Sandy, I’m sorry,” during the 911 call.
Following his arrest, law enforcement searched his home and discovered a small arsenal of unlicensed weaponry.
In addition to weapons charges, Corbett faces burglary and stalking charges. Following the requested postponement by his legal counsel, Corbett’s arraignment will take place on May 6, 2015.