The man arrested for breaking into Sandra Bullock's Los Angeles home on Sunday has pleaded not guilty to charges of stalking, burglary and possession of a firearm.

Joshua Corbett, 39, was taken into custody by police early Sunday morning when the actress called 911 to report an intruder and locked herself in a room until police arrived, around 6:30a.m.

According to, Corbett wasn't interested in burglarizing Bullock's home and just wanted to talk with her.

A machine gun was found in his possession when police searched his belongings later, but he didn't have it with him during the break-in and reportedly had no intention of harming Bullock.

Corbett entered his plea in court on Tuesday and bail was set at $185,000. A Superior Court judge also issued a temporary restraining order to give the actress time to file for something long term.

Fortunately Bullock's four-year-old son Louis was with a nanny at the time as the actress had a late night celebrating her "Decade of Hotness" award from Saturday night's Spike TV Guy's Choice Awards.

Corbett faces more than seven years in prison if he's convicted.