Sandra Bullock’s 911 terrifying stalker call revealed during trial

The chilling stalker call was revealed during a trial

Sandra Bullock

by Lauren Smith |
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Poor Sandra Bullock was subject to a terrifying ordeal last year, when she found an alleged stalker, Joshua James Corbett, in her Bel Air home on June 8. Now the case is in court, and her chilling phone call to the police is being played out as evidence.

According to TMZ (you can listen to the recording here), Bullock told 911: "Someone just broke into my house...I think it's a man... I'm locked in the closet right now."

Sounding (understandably) shaken up, Bullock continued: "He's banging on the doors," and asked of the police: "Are they close?".

According to the call, it took over 13 minutes for officers to arrive - and Bullock can be heard crying as she directs them to the attic.

Corbett is facing 19 felony charges - including stalking, residential burglary and possession of a machine gun. He allegedly jumped the fence of Bullock's estate, and broke in. And according to police reports, he had love letters and magazine cut-outs of Bullock on his person. He has entered a plea of not guilty.

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