Alec Baldwin’s stalker Genevieve Sabourin has been found guilty on all 5 counts of stalking and harassment and has been sentenced to jail.
The judge handed down his verdict on the case on Thursday, sentencing Sabourin to 210 days in jail.
Alec Baldwin had testified against the Canadian actress on Tuesday in tears, describing how Sabourin harassed him for years with numerous emails and messages containing threats and profession of love towards him. Sabourin even went as far as showing up in the 30 Rock star’s apartment building in April 2012, where she was arrested days later.
In court, Sabourin had shouted at Baldwin many times as he testified, claiming he slept with her and others … but Baldwin vehemently denied it.
But it was the turn of Sabourin to shed tears and sob after she first got 30 days for her outbursts in court and an extra 180 days behind bars for being such a parasite.