Last week it was Mila Kunis’ stalker getting into trouble – and this weekend Corey Feldman had a stalker arrested.
The actor claimed he had a “psycho stalker” squatting in his house and couldn’t get the woman to leave.
“I’m very afraid right now … I have a psycho stalker living in my house,” Corey tweeted. “California laws protect these people. Zen and I need protection … I’ve asked her to leave for over a month already. They won’t force her … even with a child.”
But it looks like the story had a happy ending after police arrived on Friday:
“PSYCHO STALKER UPDATE: SHE IS CURRENTLY BEHIND BARS!!! Lets hope she stays there for a while,” Corey revealed. “Thank you all for your LOVE n SUPPORT thru this!!”
A rep for the actor also confirms to RumorFix that the situation has been resolved.
“Corey is grateful to his fans who have shown their love and support through Facebook and Twitter as he and his son Zen have endured this frightening and stressful event. After going through this, Corey now realizes that California really needs to re-examine its laws pertaining to squatter’s rights. It is unbelievable that the laws protect the criminals and not the victims in these cases. If you don’t want someone in your home, you should have the right to throw them out, especially when a child’s safety is at stake.”