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    A hearing has been slated for Oct. 25, 2012 to determine if a man accused of stalking Mila Kunis is competent to stand trial. He allegedly violated a restraining order by following Kunis to the gym and has pled not guilty to two felony charges. <a href="http://abc.go.com/watch/2020/SH559026/VD55237362/2020-1005-waseem-daker-from-stalker-to-murderer">CLICK TO WATCH "20/20: STALKED!"</a>
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    Alec Baldwin accused a Canadian actress earlier in 2012 of sending him harassing emails and showing up at his New York City home. The woman was arrested in April of 2012 and is next scheduled to appear in court in November 2012.
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    A Maryland man pleaded guilty in 2011 to making harassing phone calls to "Kill Bill" star Uma Thurman and was ordered to see a psychologist. Years earlier, the man was sentenced to probation after reportedly camping outside Thurman's home.
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    "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson won a restraining order against a British man she accused of harassing her in 2005.
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    A California judge ordered a California social worker to stay away from Steven Spielberg in 2002. The following year, the same social worker pleaded guilty to stalking Jennifer Love Hewitt. The woman told the San Diego Union-Tribune that Spielberg and Hewitt were part of a satanic conspiracy capable of "remotely manipulating my body via cybertronic technology."
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    A Manhattan Criminal Court judge found a Georgia man guilty of stalking and harassing Tyra Banks in 2009. The man was not sentenced to jail time but was ordered to seek treatment.
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    A Boston priest was arrested by New York police after trying to get into Conan O'Brien's Rockefeller Center studio while the comedian was still the host of NBC's Late Night With Conan O'Brien. The arrest came after the man allegedly sent disturbing messages to O'Brien. The man pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in 2008.
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    A woman was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading no contest to stalking and threatening actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. In court, Zeta-Jones called the woman "evil" and said "Your actions will be with me the rest of my life – how I will be constantly observing, looking over my shoulder," the Associated Press reported in 2005.
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    A California man pleaded no contest to stalking Halle Berry in January 2012. He was sentenced to more than a year in county jail and five years' probation. The man allegedly snuck onto Berry's property several times.
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    Gwyneth Paltrow reported receiving as many as five letters a day from an Ohio pizza deliveryman, who also was accused of sending her candy, flowers and pizza. The actress said in court that the man showed up at her parents' home. The man pleaded no contest to stalking in 1998 and was sent to a state mental health facility.
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    Janet Jackson won a restraining order against a New York man in 2005 whom she claimed had been stalking her for nine years. The year before, Jackson was at a "Saturday Night Live" rehearsal when the man appeared at the show's New York studio armed with a box cutter and a knife, Jackson alleged.
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    A drifter from Idaho was sentenced to three years in prison in 2005 for violating a restraining order that banned him from going near Mel Gibson. At the man's trial, witnesses said he had wanted to share Mass and discuss Catholicism with "The Passion of the Christ" director.
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    A woman was jailed for repeatedly breaking in David Letterman's Connecticut home and for allegedly stealing "The Late Show" host's Porsche in the 1990s. The woman, her mother told The New York Times, was suffering from schizophrenia. She killed herself in 1998.
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    In 1981, John Hinckley Jr. shot President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady, in what he claimed was an attempt to impress actress Jodie Foster. Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982 but has been confined to a government hospital since his trial.
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    Gloria Estefan won a permanent restraining order in 2002 against a man accused of stalking her and her husband and sneaking onto her estate. Her 2003 song "Famous" was reportedly inspired by the experience.
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    In 2008, a woman pleaded no contest to stalking John Cusack after being arrested outside his home. She was sentenced to five years' probation and counseling.
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