Jennifer Lawrence and her family can now rest a bit easier knowing that her reported stalker will remain behind bars.
Han Cong Zhao is being held without bail pending criminal trial after American courts declared that the man presents "a danger" to the young starlet.
The 23-year-old Vancouver man is accused of sending hundreds of unwanted texts and voicemails to Jennifer and her two brothers from early to mid-April, sometimes even threatening the actress and her family.
"You got me really upset and when I'm upset, let's see what happens," Zhao wrote to Jennifer’s brother Blaine Lawrence on April 18.
Charged with interstate stalking as well as repeated harassing phone communications, he will face a federal grand jury in mid-October.
Meanwhile, Zhao’s defense team is claiming he’s being unfairly punished because of the Hollywood connection, but Judge Dave Whalin said Jennifer is being treated like everyone else.
"Let's dispel any type of notion of a celebrity exception or rule," Whalin said. "There is none."