NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Alec Baldwin’s alleged stalker harassed him with emails and showed up uninvited at his homes in the Hamptons and in the East Village as well as at a movie premiere at Lincoln Center, a prosecutor said Thursday.
As WCBS 880’s Irene Cornell reported, the trial for Genevieve Sabourin opened in Manhattan Criminal Court. Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Zachary Stendig told the judge that Sabourin relentlessly stalked Baldwin to the point that the “30 Rock” star acquired a court order against her. In the emails, Sabourin, 41, asked Baldwin to marry her and offered to conceive a “mini-Baldwin,” prosecutors said. She also allegedly showed up at the actor’s home in the Hamptons on the day he became engaged to marry his now-wife, Hilaria, and called Baldwin so often that he had to change his phone number.
She was arrested in April 2012, shortly after the engagement.