# Stable base loci cannot contain isolated points

Let $X$ be a normal projective complex variety. A theorem of Fujita-Zariski says that if $L$ is a Cartier divisor on $X$ such that the base locus $Bs(|L|)$ is a finite set then $L$ is semiample. It seems to me that by using this theorem it is possible to prove that the stable base locus $\mathbb{B}(L):=\bigcap_{m \in \mathbb{N}} Bs(|mL|)$ of a Cartier divisor on a variety as above cannot contain isolated points. Do you know a reference for this (or a counterexample)?

Just to clarify: The Fujita–Zariski Theorem says that if a line bundle $L$ is ample on its base locus, then it is is semiample. If the base-locus is finite then this condition is automatically satisfied. Here semiampleness means that a multiple $L^{\otimes n}$ is globally generated.
Since $X$ is normal, I'll switch from a line bundle $L$ to a divisor $D$ (just for the sake of notation). Suppose that $x$ is an isolated point in $\mathbb{B}(D)$. We have $Bs(mD)\supset Bs((m+1)D)\supset \cdots$ so by Noetherianness we can choose a large $m$ so that that the stable base locus $\mathbb{B}(D)$ equals $Bs(|mD|)$. Let $X'$ be the blow-up of $X$ with center $Z=Bs(mD)\setminus \{x\}$. The total transform of $mD$ is can be decomposed as $E+M$ where $E=\pi^{-1}(Z)$ and $M$ is a divisor with a base locus at $f^{-1}(x)$ (with some multiplicity). Now, since the base locus of $M$ is finite, Fujita–Zariski implies that $pM$ is base-point free for some large $p$. But then $x\not\in Bs(mpD)$, which contradicts $x\in \bigcap_{m\ge 1} Bs(mD)$.