Madonna stalker, Robert Dewey Hoskins, was recaptured by police on Friday one week after disappearing from a Los Angeles psychiatric hospital.
The 54-year-old was found near the Metropolitan State Hospital and returned to the unit where he had been since last July, the BBC is reporting.
Hoskins, described as having "highly psychotic" and violent tendencies, was convicted of stalking and threatening Madonna, and sentenced to jail for 10 years in 1996. He also threatened her then-secretary Caresse Henry, saying he could "slice her throat from ear to ear" and kill everybody in the house if she didn't let him see Madonna.
Madonna testified during Hoskins' 1996 trial that she had nightmares after seeing him near her home. He was initially captured when he scaled the wall of the performer's home in the Hollywood Hills and jumped into her pool. He was shot twice by a guard.