Charlize Theron's Alleged Stalker Will Not Be Prosecuted

The District Attorney declines to charge the man who was arrested for allegedly stalking Charlize because there is no sufficient evidence that he intended to harm the actress.

AceShowbiz - The man who was arrested for allegedly stalking Charlize Theron will not be prosecuted, TMZ has learned. According to the website, the District Attorney declined to charge him on Tuesday, October 6.

The decision was made because the case was lack of evidence. There's almost no evidence that the man, who came with the name Stanislav Sonseadec, intended to harm the "Mad Max: Fury Road" actress. He was then released on bail.

Based on the D.A.'s rejection documents, Charlize's assistant asked Stanislav several times to leave the actress' house before calling the police. However, law enforcement sources argued that there might have been misunderstanding between the two given that Stanislav is Russian, and English is seemingly not his first language. The police thought language barrier might make it hard for him to understand that he was actually unwelcome.

Stanislav was arrested on Sunday. The incident happened when he delivered a bouquet of flowers to Charlize. The 40-year-old actress actress asked him to leave the flowers at her gate but he insisted to hand them to her personally. She was forced to call the law enforcement after he reportedly refused to leave her house until he met her.

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