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It's good to know that JLaw has the law on her side.

A Canadian man was charged today for allegedly harassing and stalking Jennifer Lawrence's brother in order to get close to her, the Associated Press reports.

The 23-year-old, who claimed to be the second coming of Christ, reportedly began harassing Blaine Lawrence in April with over 200 phone calls, emails, and text messages claiming to be Jennifer's "husband for life." He asked to "protect" her and blamed Blaine for putting his sister in danger by allowing her to go to Boston before the marathon bombings.

He also said "bad things" would happen to Lawrence and his family. He told Blaine he "wouldn't kill anyone for sure," but "all hell's going to break loose."

Cong flew from Vancouver to Jennifer's hometown of Kentucky on April 18 to find Blaine. He reportedly sent him a message saying, "You got me really upset. When I'm, when I'm upset, let's see what happens, alright?" When Blaine was unresponsive, Cong headed to the local police station to ask for Jennifer's mom's address. Police then took him into custody, interviewed him for three hours, and hospitalized him for psychiatric evaluation.

He was arrested after his hospital release and currently remains in police custody.