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Buh-Bye: Audrina's Stalker Sentenced to Two Years

Audrina Patridge doesn't have to run for The Hills anymore.
/ Source: E!online

Audrina Patridge doesn't have to run for The Hills anymore.

Zachary Loring, the 25-year-old man who pleaded no contest to stalking the reality starlet last June, was sentenced Thursday in Los Angeles to two years in state prison, E! News has learned.

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Along with the jail term, L.A. Superior Court Judge William C. Ryanto also ordered the obsessed fan to stay at least 500 yards away from the 25-year-old Patridge and her home for the next 10 years. He'll also have to pay a $250 fine.

Loring, however, will receive 546 days of credit for good behavior and time already served, so he could be out of the slammer in a few months.

After an outburst in court last March, Loring was ordered to undergo a mental evaluation and was subsequently diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. This following his Feb. 19 arrest when he trespassed on the former Dancing With the Stars contestant's property carring a knife in his backpack hoping to meet her.

That violated a three-year restraining order put in place against Loring in Sept. 2009 after the dude showed up at Patridge's front door a month earlier uninvited delivering a stack of creepy poems, pictures and cards he made for her, one of which included a drawing of a woman being strangled.

A rep for Patridge was unavailable for comment.

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