Miley Cyrus' stalker Mark McLeod told an investigator he planned on returning to her Georgia movie set and 'finishing things,' her security guard told a judge Tuesday. According to Miami Herald, the court refused a request to lower Mark's $55,200 bond and ruled to send the case to Chatham County State Court.
The judge said the Mark had no chance of getting Miley for himself because she 'can afford the best protection money can buy.' Robert Merriman, hired by Disney to protect Miley, testified that Mark made a taped statement to a sheriff's investigator where he was arrested home Aug. 4.
'He said that he knew the filming was going to be ending soon and he was going to be coming back to Tybee Island and finishing things.' Merriman told the judge that he interpreted the comment as a threat.
McLeod was released from jail earlier this month and returned to Tybee Island where he went door-to-door at homes near the film crew's base camp asking residents where Miley was staying.