Gwyneth Paltrow breaks down during stalker's trial

However, after his release he has been accused of sending the actress up to 66 letters between 2009 and 2015, which she found "disturbing". Yet another letter talked about Paltrow "bowing to death". "This has been a very long and very traumatic experience already", Paltrow said. Paltrow testified against the man for over an hour, and cried during part of it.

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