LOS ANGELES (AP) — Prosecutors have charged a man arrested outside Halle Berry's home with felony stalking.
Richard Franco remains jailed and is expected to appear for arraignment in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday.
He was arrested late Monday after investigators say off-duty police officers saw him jump the wall of Berry's Hollywood Hills home. Authorities say it was the third time he'd been spotted trespassing on the property since Saturday.
The 27-year-old faces up to three years in prison if convicted of stalking. Jail records do not indicate if he has an attorney.
The Oscar-winning actress obtained a civil restraining order against Franco on Tuesday, saying she was "extremely frightened" of him. The order remains in effect until Aug. 1 and also protects Berry's 3-year-old daughter.
Copyright 2011 The Associated Press.
Call him Sir Ringo now, or Sir Richard to be more precise. Either way, it's a fitting honor for the former Beatles drummer, who has waited decades for the recognition.
Crackle's 'The Oath' star Sean Bean left a markedly different impression on the 'Lord of the Rings' movie franchise than his acting counterparts.
'Black Panther' and '9-1-1' star Angela Bassett remembers the difficulty in shooting the dramatic fight scenes in Wakanda (AKA Atlanta).
'Tom v Time' star and 'The TB12 Method' author Tom Brady tells Stephen how to cope with losing a Super Bowl. (Not the Stephen will ever have to worry about that.)
Champion of the timesupnow.com movement Reese Witherspoon and U.S. Olympic medalist Adam Rippon combine talents to create the master class in 'Acting On Ice.'
'A Wrinkle In Time' star Oprah Winfrey gets some career advice from a slightly less famous figure: the Lord.
'She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History' author Chelsea Clinton had a very different First Daughter experience than Ivanka Trump.
Colbert had a monologue full of perfectly good tariff humor ready to go. Then former Trump aide Sam Nunberg got on TV.