Alleged Zeta-Jones Stalker to Stand Trial

A judge on Wednesday ordered a woman accused of stalking actress Catherine Zeta-Jones (search) to stand trial.

Superior Court Judge Patricia M. Schnegg (search) issued her ruling following a preliminary hearing for Dawnette Knight, 33, who was arrested June 3 at her Beverly Hills home. She has pleaded not guilty to a count of stalking and 24 counts of making criminal threats.

The charges involve more than two dozen letters sent to actor Michael Douglas (search), the husband of Zeta-Jones. One letter said: "We are going to slice her up like meat on a bone and feed her to the dogs."

In another letter, Knight allegedly apologized, claiming she had been in love with Douglas.

The judge ordered Knight held on $1 million bail and to return to court Sept. 27 for arraignment.

Both Zeta-Jones, the star of "Chicago" and "Intolerable Cruelty," and Douglas testified during the hearing. "I've never in my life had anything or had anyone say anything to me so satanic," Zeta-Jones testified.

In a ruling last week, another judge found Knight mentally competent to stand trial. Her case had been halted July 30 pending a psychiatric evaluation after she suffered from an overdose of barbiturates.