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Woman convicted of stalking actor Alec Baldwin, sentenced to jail

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An aspiring Canadian actress accused of stalking Emmy-winning actor Alec Baldwin was convicted on Thursday and sentenced to 210 days in jail. Judge Robert Mandelbaum found Genevieve Sabourin, 41, guilty of stalking and harassment of Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria. Sabourin was held in contempt on Wednesday after outbursts during the trial at New York Criminal Court in a Lower Manhattan courtroom.

Canadian actress jailed for stalking Alec Baldwin

A New York judge on Thursday found a Canadian actress guilty of stalking and harassing US movie and television star Alec Baldwin, sentencing her to seven months in jail. Genevieve Sabourin, 41, engaged in a "relentless and escalating campaign of threats" that "served to harass, annoy and alarm Mr Baldwin" and "terrorized his wife," Judge Thomas Mandelbaum said. He found her guilty on five counts and sentenced her to 210 days in jail, including 30 days for contempt he handed down Wednesday after she repeatedly interrupted and heckled proceedings in court.

Alleged Baldwin stalker jailed for contempt

A Canadian actress accused of stalking US movie star Alec Baldwin after what she claimed was a night of passion in a New York hotel was sentenced to 30 days in jail Wednesday for contempt. Genevieve Sabourin, on trial in a Manhattan criminal court for allegedly stalking the A-list star, testified for more than three hours, sobbing through her tale of romantic love gone sour. "This guy, you know, he knows what to say. He makes millions of dollars charming women on the screen. He's a professional charmer, the best in the world," she told the court.

Baldwin alleged stalker held in contempt

A Canadian actress accused of stalking US movie star Alec Baldwin was found in contempt of a New York criminal court Wednesday and sentenced to 30 days in custody, her lawyer said. Genevieve Sabourin, whom Baldwin first met in 2000 and admitted taking to dinner in New York in February 2010, repeatedly angered Judge Robert Mandelbaum for interrupting and heckling witnesses. As the 55-year-old Baldwin testified for just under two hours on Tuesday, an angry and emotional Sabourin shouted that he was a liar, repeatedly interrupted and told his wife to go to hell.

Baldwin heckled as testifies in New York stalking case

US movie star Alec Baldwin was repeatedly interrupted and heckled by his alleged stalker as he testified against the French-Canadian actress in a New York courtroom Tuesday. The 55-year-old denies having a sexual relationship with Genevieve Sabourin, whom he first met in 2000 in a restaurant in Montreal as the then mistress of his film-producer friend Martin Bregman. He accuses her of bombarding him with hundreds of unwanted phone calls and emails and of sending "vile" twitter messages to his wife, after he met Sabourin again in 2010 for dinner in New York.

Baldwin heckled as testifies in New York stalking case

US movie star Alec Baldwin was repeatedly interrupted and heckled by his alleged stalker as he testified against the French-Canadian actress in a New York courtroom Tuesday. The 55-year-old denies having a sexual relationship with Genevieve Sabourin, whom he first met in 2000 in a restaurant in Montreal as the then mistress of his film-producer friend Martin Bregman. He accuses her of bombarding him with hundreds of unwanted phone calls, emails and sending "vile" twitter messages to his young wife, after he met Sabourin again in February 2010 for dinner in New York.

Baldwin stalking trial to begin November 6

A Canadian actress accused of stalking American actor Alec Baldwin will go on trial in New York on November 6 on charges that she strenuously denies, a judge decided Tuesday. Genevieve Sabourin, who has refused offers to settle the charges out of court, says they stem out of an "misunderstanding". "They have no case," she said Tuesday, insisting again that she did "absolutely not" stalk Baldwin. Judge Erika Edwards set next month's trial date.

Actor Alec Baldwin joins MSNBC to host late night talk show

(Reuters) - Actor Alec Baldwin will host a late night current events and culture talk show on MSNBC, the president of the U.S. network said on Thursday. Emmy award-winning Baldwin, 55, will host "Up Late w/Alec Baldwin," which will air 10-11 p.m. eastern time on the news network, beginning in October. The actor has hosted a radio podcast on WNYC since 2011 called "Here's the Thing," where he has interviewed high-profile figures including David Letterman, Michael Douglas, Lena Dunham and political strategist Ed Rollins.

Alec Baldwin in talks with MSNBC to host primetime show

By Sara Morrison LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Alec Baldwin is in talks with MSNBC for a possible talk show, insiders with knowledge of the situation confirmed to TheWrap on Thursday.

'30 Rock' star Alec Baldwin expecting child with new wife

LOS ANGELES, Feb 12 (Reuters) - Actor Alec Baldwin and his new wife Hilaria Thomas Baldwin are expecting their first child together, a representative for the "30 Rock" star said on Tuesday. Baldwin, 54, married the yoga teacher, who is 26 years his junior, in a July 2012 wedding in New York. The child is expected in the summer, the spokesman said, but gave no other details.
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