Halle Berry's unwanted houseguest didn't make any grand proclamations today in a Los Angeles court. But Richard Franco, the man arrested for thrice trespassing on the Oscar winner's Beverly Hills abode, did enter a not-guilty plea to a felony stalking charge.
And, at the behest of prosecutors, he was ordered to say far from the Oscar winner and her 3-year-old daughter, Nahla.
"Ms. Berry is in great fear for her and her daughter's safety," said Deputy D.A. Wendy Segall.
So what does the future hold for Mr. Alleged Peeper?
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Franco remains behind bars and his bail set at $150,000 by by Judge Upinder S. Kalra--an amount he's unlikely to make anytime soon.
Should he get out, he must abide by a protective order barring him from coming within 500 yards of Berry, her daughter or her home.
Which means no repeat of the weekend incidents, which allegedly saw Franco come a-callin' on two separatel occasions before he was finally nabbed on his third attempt Monday.
During one of his visits, Segall said, Berry "saw [him] on video, hiding in the bushes and feared for her safety."
It was the actress who positively ID'd Franco for police upon his arrest.
Berry was a no-show for the afternoon hearing.
Franco, dressed in a white T-shirt and sporting shackles, remained silent during the session--his plea was entered by his public defender, Ken Star. Franco is due back for a preliminary hearing on July 27.