Miley Cyrus must have breathed a sigh of relief Thursday, as the case against Sean Christian Mathis -- a 22-year-old Army airfield soldier formally accused of felony stalking the Hannah Montana star -- went to a grand jury.
Authorities said Mathis, who is charged with felony terrorist threats and misdemeanor disorderly conduct, showed up on the Tybee Island, Georgia set of Cyrus' Disney film, The Last Song, in June.
RadarOnline.com spoke to an off-duty Tybee Island police officer, who gave us an exclusive play-by-play of the scary incident.
"I encountered a white male subject, wearing a red shirt and white swimming trunks, cursing because he was not allowed to come on to the pier during the shooting of the movie," the officer said. "I told the subject to walk away, which he did."
At that point, the officer said, Cyrus' body double in the film was approaching the set from a nearby pier.
Said the officer: "The same subject was walking towards her yelling, 'Hey it's Miley Cyrus, I'm going to f---ing kill you!" The actress looked at the subject that was still approaching her at a quick pace.
"I ran down off the top to the entrance to the pier and intersected the subject, escorting him to the life guard station and placing him under arrest for terroristic threats and disorderly conduct under the state laws," the officer said.