Another of Chris Cornell's stalkers is off the street. Tampa resident Jessica Leigh Robbins was arrested on July 25 for making threats to the Soundgarden frontman and his family, according to TampaBay.com.

Back in February, a Seattle woman was charged with sending death threats to the singer via Twitter. Cornell has reportedly been receiving such threats since at least 2004, when his wife was pregnant with the couple's second child.

This time, investigators believe that Robbins may have entered the Cornell's home in Miami last fall -- after driving some seven hours to talk to the singer. She has now been barred by a U.S. magistrate from going within 1,000 feet of the Tampa amphitheater where Soundgarden is scheduled to perform next month. Robbins, 32, is out on bail, but has been ordered to wear an ankle monitor.

The FBI says, via Tampabay.com, that Robbins earlier made a number of threatening internet posts, posted videos alleging that Cornell plagiarized her own writings, claimed to be the mother of one of Cornell's children and even called in a child abuse complaint against Cornell's wife. Court documents indicate she has bipolar disorder.