Shania Twain's stalker, Giovanni Palumbo, started shouting in court on Oct. 19 when he was denied bail. He is due back in court on Nov. 15 next week when his doctor will testify on his psychiatric state.
Judge Richard Schneider said he was reluctant to deny bail to Palumbo last month, but had no choice because the former doctor had an insufficient release plan, reported the Winnipeg Free Press. None of Palumbo's family members were willing to take care of him and Judge Schneider believed he needs some degree of supervision.
After the announcement, Palumbo began screaming at the judge.
You know you're all very sick, you really are - it's so sad, Palumbo shouted, according to RadarOnline. Have fun, because I'm going to keep having fun, wherever I am. What a bunch of psychopaths. Woo hoo. Shame, shame, shame. Shame on all of you!
Palumbo admitted to stalking the country music star last month. When Twain testified via video link, Palumbo reportedly interrupted to plea guilty. He also pleaded guilty last month to criminal harassment and failure to comply with a court order.
The self-professed stalker has reportedly sent Shania Twain love letters to her homes in Ontario and Switzerland. He has also shown up uninvited to numerous events, including her grandmother's funeral and the Juno Awards in March where he was arrested.
Palumbo will return to court next week on Nov. 15. Dr. Helen Ward will testify on his mental and psychiatric state. Palumbo reportedly suffers from bi-polar disorder and narcissistic personality disorder, however Ward claims he's criminally responsible for his actions, the Winnipeg Free Press reported.