The woman who broke into Channing Tatum’s home and squatted for 10 days says she only went after a relationship with the star when he became a single man.
The Blast has obtained a letter, written by the woman and sent to the “Magic Mike” star on November 10 of last year.
The woman, who we have chosen not to name, explains she didn’t “think about the possibility” for a relationship with Tatum, but when saw on the Internet that he had split from Jenna Dewan, she made the decision to pursue him.
She claims they met years ago during the production of “White House Down.”
The woman also admits that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but stopped taking her medication 2-years ago.
She explains that she began following Tatum on Facebook and believes the two have communicated on social media.
As we reported, Tatum has never met the woman before, and only knows of her multiple attempts to get in contact with him.
The woman eventually showed up to Tatum’s home in Hollywood, although it was vacant at the time due to renovations.
She squatted in his home for 10 days back in June before being discovered by Tatum’s assistant, and was also captured on surveillance camera showing up to the property.
According to a declaration from the assistant, “The woman went on a rant, telling [The Asst] she was allowed to be there because she was invited.”
The assistant knew she was not supposed to be there, so the police were called and had to forcibly remove the woman from the property before placing her under arrest.
A citizen’s arrest form was also completed. After her arrest cops returned to collect her belongings and found “health food products” she left in the fridge, “as well as aerial aerobic straps she left outside.”
Apparently the woman is also an aerial acrobat and performer.
For his part, Tatum writes that the entire situation is “very alarming to me,” and also “very annoying to know that a complete stranger, who last year came to my home uninvited and unannounced, recently broke into my home and pretended to be staying there causes me significant concern for the safety of my family and myself, as well as emotional distress.”
Both Jenna Dewan and their daughter Everly are included in the temporary order of protection, which keeps the woman at least 100 yards away.
A hearing is set for later this month to discuss a permanent order.