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LOS ANGELES A sheriff's detective has testified in Los Angeles in a preliminary hearing for a woman charged with stalking actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Detective Dana Duncan said he found a book autographed by Zeta-Jones and her husband, Michael Douglas, as well as a letter to Douglas calling him the "sexiest man alive" in Dawnette Knight's home.

Knight is charged with one felony count of stalking and 24 felony counts of making criminal threats. The charges involve 19 letters that describe harm to Zeta-Jones. If convicted, she could face up to 19 years in prison.

Duncan's testimony came a day after a judge ruled Knight was competent to stand trial. Her case had been halted July 30th pending a psychiatric evaluation after she overdosed on barbiturates.

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