This post deals with topics of stalking, suicide, attempted rape, murder and violence, and may be triggering for some readers.
Fortunately in this day and age, the act of stalking is taken far more seriously than it used to be, both in relation to the impact on the victim, but also from a criminally liable sense too.
As California prosecutor Rhonda Saunders told ABC News, these stalkers put their victim "on a pedestal, but then once they're rejected, its anger, rage and rejection."
Watch: Kendall Jenner recounts scary stalker incident. Post continues below.
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She continued: "The Internet makes it easier with YouTube and Twitter because these stalkers believe that the celebrities are actually talking directly to them. They think that they have a relationship, and there's a lot more information out there about the victim."
With cyberstalking now at an all-time high, we unpack ten terrifying celebrity stalker stories.
Sandra Bullock's stalker.
Award-winning actress Sandra Bullock awoke in her Los Angeles home at 5.30am on June 8, 2014, to the sound of "loud banging". Soon after she heard an explosion.