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A man accused of breaking into actress Sandra Bullock’s home in Los Angeles pleaded not guilty to charges that he possessed a stockpile of weapons, according to the Los Angeles county District Attorney.
However, the police found weapons, including several machine guns, at the Montrose, California home of the 39-year old Joshua Corbett.
The weapons cache was found after his June 8 arrest at her home in a high-end area near Beverly Hills, according to prosecutors.
After he has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court to felony charges of burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun, he is facing 19 additional weapon charges.
His bail is set at $2 million on the new charges, plus $185,000 from the original charges. He is currently being held in Los Angeles County Jail.
Sandra, 2014 Academy Award winner for her role in ‘Gravity’, was alone at home when the break-in took place. Prosecutors state that Corbett wasn’t in possession of a machine gun when he broke in.
Corbett’s attorney, Stephen Sitkoff, did not return the message immediately. He has said that Corbett suffers from serious mental health issues and did not had in mind to harm the star.
He now faces up to seven years and four months behind bars if convicted on the three previous felony counts, as well as an additional maximum prison term of 12 years for the new counts.