VAN NUYS (KTLA) -- A man previously jailed for stalking Paris Hilton was charged with stalking her for a second time Tuesday.
James Brian Rainford, 36, has been charged with one count of disobeying a court order, a misdemeanor parole violation.
Dispatchers received a call around 4:30 p.m. after a witness spotted a suspicious man standing on the beach looking into her home on Pacific Coast Highway.
The caller, as well as several paparazzi on scene, identified the man as Rainford, Hilton's alleged stalker.
Rainford was sentenced in April to 227 days in jail and three years probation for violating probation for a previous attack on Hilton's body guard.
Meanwhile, a Redlands man was sentenced last week for trying to break into Paris Hilton's Hollywood Hills home last August.
Nathan Lee Parada, 32, was sentenced at Van Nuys Superior Court to two years at a state prison with the recommendation that he be housed in a mental health facility.
Parada was found guilty last April of one felony count of attempted first-degree residential burglary with a person present, said Deputy District Attorney Kaveh Faturechi.
Meantime, the man who attacked Paris Hilton's ex-boyfriend, Cy Waits, outside the Van Nuys courthouse has been sentenced.
Hilton was heading to court to testify against Parada, who was accused of trying to break into her Sherman Oaks home last August.
But on her way into the courthouse, Rainford, who was hiding in the bushes, lunged at the couple, grabbing Waits by the neck.
Security officers were able to subdue the attacker and take him into custody.
Neither Waits or Hilton was injured in the attack.
Hilton was overheard saying that she had seen the man before.
"Oh my God, that's another intruder that came to my house on a bike," Hilton said as the bodyguard held the man.
Rainford has been arrested twice for showing up at Hilton's house and fighting with her security guards.
After the incident, Hilton posted a tweet saying, "That other psycho intruder just punched Cy in the back of the head as we were walking into the court house. So scary! :("
In court, Hilton was on the witness stand for about 20 minutes, testifying against Parada, who tried to break into her home on August 24, 2010 armed with a knife.
Parada allegedly banged on the door of Hilton's home wielding two big knives, according to police.
She spotted him on her home surveillance cameras and called for help.
Parada never entered the residence and was arrested by police.
After the incident, Hilton posted a photo on Twitter of officers at her home along with the following message: "So Scary, just got woken up to a guy trying to break into my house holding 2 big knifes. Cops are here arresting him."
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James Brian Rainford, 36. (Booking photo)
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