Alec Baldwin stalker found guilty, sentenced to 210 days in jail
Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin has been found guilty of stalking and harassing actor Alec Baldwin and was sentenced to 210 days in jail, OTRC.com has learned.
The verdict was handed down at a New York court on Thursday, Nov. 14. Sabourin, 41, was ordered to serve two-thirds of her sentence and must also stay away from Baldwin after she is released. A day earlier, she was sentenced to 30 days behind bars for making repeated outburts in court while Baldwin and his wife Hilaria were giving their testimonies.
Sabourin had claimed that she and Baldwin had gone on a date in 2010 and later slept together. The actor had denied the two had a sexual or romantic relationship.
He testified that they had dinner and discussed work, by request of mutual friend "Scarface" producer Martin Bregman, who the actor says was himself involved with Sabourin. Baldwin said that she later started harassing him by phoning and emailing him and also showing up uninvited at his homes.
At Thursday's hearing, before the guilty verdict and jail sentence was handed down, Sabourin sobbed as prosecutor Stendig said "all of the defendant's conduct proves that she is delusional, proves that she is a stalker," ABC News reported.