J.Lo / John Dubis (WireImage/Southampton Police)
Jennifer Lopez's creepy alleged stalker case isn't going away any time soon.
John Dubis, the man who set up a vacation in the "Dance Again" singer's home in the Hamptons earlier this month, waived his appearance and did not show up in court today.
His next court date is set for next Thursday, September 5. Dubis is currently continuing to be held at a Southhampton, New York, correctional facility on $100,000 bail, where he has been under a court-ordered evaluation to determine whether or not he's mentally fit to face charges.
As we told you last week, Dubis, 49, a Rhode Island resident, was charged with two felony and two misdemeanor charges for burglary, stalking, criminal contempt, and possession of burglar tools. He allegedly set himself up to live in J.Lo's house while she wasn't staying there … without any of her staff or security realizing he wasn't a legitimate guest.
According to the police report, Dubis engaged in lewd acts while on the property before he was caught on August 8. He already had an order of protection to stay away from Lopez and her mother, issued back in March.
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