NEW YORK (AP) — A Canadian actress who pined for Alec Baldwin was convicted Thursday of stalking him with yearning emails and phone calls that spiraled into showing up at his homes.
So voluble during her trial that she was held in contempt of court, Genevieve Sabourin was tearful but largely mum as a judge found her guilty of charges including stalking and harassment and sentenced her to six months in jail. That was on top of a month she's already serving because of her courtroom outbursts.
"I haven't done anything wrong. I'm innocent," she told Manhattan Criminal Court JudgeRobert Mandelbaum when he invited her to speak. "You're doing a mistake right now."
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