The case of Sandra Bullock’s stalker case has finally come to trial. Yesterday, April 9, Bullock’s 911 call from the night  of the home invasion.

Sandra Bullock
Bullock did not testify in the preliminary hearing.

According to the New York Daily News, Superior Court Judge Terry A. Bork ruled that a prosecutor had shown enough evidence to support that Joshua James Corbett stand trial on charges he stalked the Oscar-winning actress, broke into her home and had an arsenal of illegal assault weapons.

The hearing opened with a replay of Bullock’s 911 recording, in which she could be heard saying: “I'm in my closet. I have a safe door. I'm locked in the closet right now."

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She then described the stalker and went out of the closet to check up on the noises, according to the report.

"I thought it was a wind blowing," Bullock said. "Then I saw the person."

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A police officer testified that Corbett was clutching a black notebook with a two-page letter to Bullock and magazine photos of the actress when he was arrested, which makes the case even tougher for the man.

According to one police officer, testifying in court, the man said: “I’m sorry. I love you, Sandy.

Deputy District Attorney Wendy Segall said Corbett had appeared at Bullock's house three nights in a row and had broken into the home in the middle of the night.