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Mila Kunis' Stalker Escaped From Mental Health Facility, Search Ongoing

When you look at Mila Kunis, you'd be forgiven for thinking she's pretty much perfect. She's beautiful, successful and is with one of Hollywood's best men (Hey, Ashton!), with gorgeous daughter, Wyatt, to seal the deal.

But all is not perfect with the star, who was previously stalked by 30-year-old Stuart Lynn Dunn, before he was convicted in January 2013.

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However, Dunn is said to have escaped from a Pomona, California mental health facility on Saturday night and is currently believed to be on the loose, the Los Angeles Times reports.

According to a report on Bustle, Dunn's obsession with the starlet was so extreme that he was suspected on several occasions of stalking the actress - and arrested.

He was also convicted of breaking into and squatting in a vacant where Kunis used to reside.

According to the LA Times, Kunis has been informed of Dunn's disappearance.

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Dunn pleaded no contest to felony stalking after years in which his various arrest records suggests he was beyond preoccupied with the actress. In 2012 he was ordered to keep away from Kunis after repeatedly calling people to retrieve personal information about her.

But the stalking didn't stop there.

Just a few months later, Dunn was arrested again after he showed up at the gym three days in a row when he knew the actress would be there working out.

Kunis was so scared she she hid in her vehicle until police arrived at the scene.

As part of a plea deal, the judge then ordered he be placed in a mental health facility and instructed him to stay far away from Kunis, her assistants, and her managers for 10 years.

A spokeswoman for the mental health facility from which Dunn escaped told the LA Times that they are working with the police. Lt. Martin Rodriguez, of the LAPD, told the NY Daily News that the search for Dunn is “in progress and ongoing.”

Source: Bustle

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