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Chidi Benjamin Uzomah Jr., 26, was ordered to spend two years in prison Monday, after completing a 90-day psychiatric evaluation and pleading no contest to a felony stalking charge. He has been in jail since his October 2009 arrest, after attempting to charge E! Network's studios where Seacrest, 35, was filming a show. At the time, Uzomah was already on probation for attacking one of the American Idol host's bodyguards
In addition to the maximum sentence of two years, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge John S. Fisher issued a protective order requiring Uzomah Jr. to stay at least 500 yards away from Seacrest for the next 10 years.
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