Reps for Brad Pitt are seeking trespassing charges against E! Networks after a producer and cameraman allegedly walked onto the actor's property in the Hollywood Hills last week.

"Yes, we have filed trespassing charges against E! and are exploring our legal options against both the crew that actually trespassed and the network itself," Pitt's peeps told People magazine.

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Although the general public is now fully aware (you're welcome!) to the bizarre behavior of one Tom Cruise, the late baseball great Joe DiMaggio may have been one of the first to know.

A recent report says that in the mid-1990s, the actor followed Joltin' Joe all over the place, spooking him and nearly prompting him to call the cops.

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Typically, we'd be in favor of ANYthing that causes Lindsay Lohan to lose sleep and fire off hilarious, self-pitying emails. However, the problem with the news that someone is stalking Lohan is this: it makes the sex-crazed anorexic think she's important. After all, you don't see random celebrities such as Bob Uecker being stalked.

Oh, wait.

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More information has come to light regarding the Colin Farrell stalking saga. E! Online reports that the woman, who has published a tell-all book about the 30-year-old Irish actor, dropped off a copy of the text on Jay Leno's desk while the talk show host was interviewing Farrell. The actor didn't appreciate it, and joked to Leno that he had just met his first stalker.

Farrell obtained a restraining order against Dessarae Bradford the next day, and Bradford countered by denying allegations she's a crazy stalker and by filing a $10M lawsuit.

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