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Sandra Bullock was the target of a terrifying home invasion last month, but as information continues to emerge about the early morning break-in, it appears her ordeal was much more frightening than what was originally reported.
In a search warrant obtained by TMZ, the actress' direct confrontation with 39-year-old obsessed fan Joshua Corbett is outlined in chilling detail.
The 49-year-old reportedly heard a loud banging inside her $16 million Calif. mansion in the early hours of June 8, and quickly went to close and lock her bedroom door.
This is when she came into direct contact with the criminal, who was standing in the hallway wearing dark clothing.
The Blind Side star is said to have slammed the door immediately and locked it before calling 911. The warrant, originally obtained to search the perpetrator's home, also reveals he could have been standing within her vicinity for quite some time after hopping a barbed wire and chain-link fence surrounding the property.
Once police arrived, the intruder allegedly screamed, "Sandy, I'm sorry. Please don't press charges."
On his person, a notebook covered in cut-out images of the Oscar winner as well as handwritten notes was discovered, one which reportedly read:
"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" (Louis is Sandra's 4-year-old son).
Joshua has been charged with burglary and stalking, along with 19 felony counts for possessing "an arsenal of weapons, including a half dozen machine guns," according to the District Attorney's Office. He faces a maximum of 12 years in prison if convicted.
It is still unclear whether Louis was in the home at the time of the intrusion.