Celebrity Stalkers In the world of celebrity, there are fans, and then there are stalkers. Unfortunately, in the glitzy and glamorous world of Hollywood, the line between reality and fantasy blurs for those on the outside looking in, and bad things happened. Here's a look at some of the more recent, and famous, cases of celebrity stalking. Jodie Foster WHO? John Warnock Hinckley, Jr. WHAT HAPPENED? After repeated viewings of the film "Taxi Driver," Hinckley became obsessed with Foster, who portrayed a child prostitute in the film. When Foster went to Yale, Hinckley moved to New Haven to be closer to her. After failing to form a relationship with her, though he called her numerous times and sent her messages, he decided to either hi-jack a plane or commit suicide in front of her to gain her attention. In the end, Hinckley attempted to assassinate President Ronald Regan in 1981, mimicking the plot of "Taxi Driver," to get Foster's attention. THE RESULT Hinckley was tried but found not guilty by reason of insanity, spending the rest of his days at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C., though in 2005 he was granted conditional releases from the hospital. David Letterman WHO? Margaret Ray WHAT HAPPENED? Ray repeatedly visited Letterman's Connecticut home, and was once found sleeping on his tennis courts. THE RESULT She spent 10 months in prison and 14 months in a mental institution on trespassing convictions, but her life came to a tragic end in 1998, when she reportedly committed suicide.