Victims of Stalkers: Wendy Williams, Sanaa Lathan, Sandy Bullock


A creep is completely obsessed with Wendy Williams, repeatedly showing up at her Chelsea TV studio and once even slipping inside, sources told The Post.

The unwanted admirer has shown up at the West 26th Street set numerous times asking to see the star — most recently on June 2, the sources said.

Workers have told him not to return but he keeps coming back to try and score a face-to-face meeting with the voluptuous daytime talk-show host.

Williams’ employees finally got fed up and reported the stalker to police, the sources said.

The Wendy Williams Show did not return calls for comment.
Cops did not release a description of the man.

In 2008, a former talent booker for The Wendy Williams Experience — the TV talker’s one-time radio show — claimed that Williams’ husband, Kevin Hunter, demanded sex from the booker.

Nicole Spence sued Williams and Hunter for creating a hostile work environment after Hunter allegedly threatened to assault his wife.



"Love & Basketball" star Sanaa Lathan is being stalked by a man claiming to be her husband ... who was discovered sleeping in her home ... law enforcement sources tell TMZ.

Lathan just got a restraining order against 28-year-old Shawn Caples, who was discovered dead asleep in her laundry room last Friday by contractors.

The man -- who insisted he was Lathan's hubby -- was shooed away ... but she says he reappeared later that day. Lathan screamed at him to "get the f*** out of here" and then called the cops when he refused to leave.

In her docs, Lathan says Caples showed up at her doorstep 3 days later ... and she hid in fear.

Caples is now behind bars after being arrested for stalking. He's been ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from Lathan once he's released.


DA: Stalker spent hour in Sandra Bullock's home, owned machine gun


Los Angeles (CNN) -- A man arrested at Sandra Bullock's Los Angeles home allegedly was inside for more than an hour before police were called early Sunday.
Joshua James Corbett, 39, also owned an illegal machine gun, although he did not have it with him when he allegedly broke into the actress's home, a Los Angeles prosecutor said Tuesday.

Corbett, from Montrose, California, was charged Tuesday with felony counts of residential burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun, according to Deputy District Attorney Wendy Segall.

Corbett entered a not guilty plea during a brief court appearance Tuesday afternoon. The judge set his bond at $185,000.

Corbett allegedly climbed a chain-link fence topped with barbed wire to enter Bullock's West Los Angeles property and enter her home at about 5 a.m. Sunday, according to Segall. Bullock was home at the time, but police have not said whether her young son also was there.

Los Angeles police said they were not called to the home until 6:30 a.m., suggesting that the alleged burglar was inside for more than an hour while the actress slept.
LAPD officers responding to a "hot prowler" call found Corbett outside of the house, but on the property, according to a police spokeswoman.

The prosecutor would not give details about where investigators found the machine gun, saying only Corbett "was not in possession of the machine gun at the time of the break-in."

No other information about Corbett has been released, although CNN confirmed through FAA records that he has a private pilot's license.

CNN has been unable to identify a lawyer for Corbett.

The charges carry a potential maximum seven years and four months in prison, if the suspect is convicted, Segall said.

Bullock, who also has a home in Texas, was in Los Angeles over the weekend to receive the "Decade of Hotness Award" at the Guys Choice Awards. Her representatives did not respond to CNN requests for comment.


What celebs would you want to stalk, ONTD?