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Zeta Jones' stalker will stalk no more!:

[Hollywood News]: Washington, Feb 26 : Catherine Zeta Jones' stalker Dawnette Knight will reportedly spend the next 90 days in prison as Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Mintz wants Knight to undergo psychiatric testing to determine whether the woman should be given probation or up to five years behind bars.

The woman wrote threatening letters to Zeta Jones and vowed slice her "up like meat on a bone and feed her to the dogs" also pleaded no context to stalking and threatening the Oscar-winning Chicago star.

Now, state-appointed psychiatrists will again evaluate her over the coming days to determine whether she's fit to serve time in prison or would be better served with an extended probation. Their findings will be released to the judge in time for a hearing in June. (ANI)



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