Sandra Bullock's home was broken into in 2014, and to date, it is one of her scariest experiences, the actor revealed during Wednesday's episode of "Red Table Talk."

Bullock was reportedly inside her Bel Air, California, home when the incident occurred.

"My house was broken into while I was in it," she told hosts Willow Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

"I'm in the closet going, 'This doesn't end well.' I'm in the closet, [which is] not gonna help," she added, PEOPLE reported.

Bullock, who admitted that watching "48 Hours" and "Dateline" intensified her fears, told the hosts that she was glad her son — whom she adopted in 2010 when he was just three-and-a-half months old — was not at home during the break-in.

"It was the one night that Louis wasn't with me," the "Ocean's Eight" star said. "It was the one night that our nanny goes, 'Let me just take him to my apartment which is up the street because you’re going to be out late.'".

"Had he been home, I would've run to the closet, which is now my official closet but that was his bedroom, and it would have changed our destiny forever," she added. "The violation of that. I wasn't the same after that. I was unraveling."

The intruder, identified as Joshua James Corbett, was arrested later, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Actress Sandra Bullock poses at the premiere of "Our Brand Is Crisis" in Hollywood, California, on Oct. 26, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

"I haven't been alone since the day it happened," the actress added.

After Corbett's arrest, cops discovered that he had eight firearms registered in his name and had been stalking Bullock for several days.

In 2017, he pleaded no contest to one felony count each of stalking and first-degree residential burglary. He was sentenced to five years probation, in addition to having a 10-year protective order issued against him. He was also instructed to seek mental health treatment.

However, he died by suicide in 2018 after a standoff with police, reported Page Six.

"What's sad is that the system failed him," Bullock said of Corbett's death. "There was an altercation with SWAT and he killed himself."

Bullock revealed that she developed PTSD after the home invasion. There were moments when she'd end up crying unexpectedly.

"I would look left out of a car. Not right. I would look left, and I would start sobbing," she recalled.

Recounting her experience, she said, "And I thought to myself, I'm a single parent and this child is going to absorb nothing but fear and trauma and shame from me in the most pivotal times of his life, and I was like, I don't want to drop that load of baggage onto my beautiful child."

Eventually, she began EMDR — or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing — therapy to help her process what happened to her. This particular method is used to help individuals recover from trauma and anxiety, among other conditions.

It was something Bullock was "scared to do" but the procedure helped her. It "was the most healing," the actress said.

If you have thoughts of suicide, confidential help is available for free at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Call 1-800-273-8255. The line is available 24 hours, every day.