A man has been arrested for allegedly stalking Mandy Moore again, days after the Los Angeles District Attorney threw out the case.
Earlier this month (Feb16), police were called to the Candy singer's Los Angeles home after she claimed a man tried to leave notes on her doorstep and began screaming and shouting. It was said to be the latest of several occasions of the male, believed to be in his 40s, arriving at her property unannounced.
The Los Angeles District Attorney is understood to have thrown out the case, but editors at TMZ.com now report the man has once again turned up at Moore's Hollywood home desperate to talk to her.
It's claimed Friday (19Feb16) was the third time in two weeks that the man - identified by the website's writers as Salahudin Moultaali - arrived at the property. He was arrested by police because he had flouted the terms of a restraining order put in place by a judge. This was two days after the case had been rejected, but he was once again accused of felony stalking and taken into custody, with bail set at $150,000.
TMZ.com reporters suggest the Los Angeles City Attorney will now decide what to do with the case.