Alec Baldwin's stalker found guilty

Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin has been convicted of stalking and harassing Alec Baldwin since the pair shared a meal in 2010. According to reports, Baldwin, the usually steely (or hot-tempered) actor, got teary-eyed during his testimony. Sabourin left the New York courtroom Thursday with seven months of jail to serve for unwanted house visits, nasty voice mails and in-court heckling. The trial got the actor in a bit of trouble as well: Afterward, Baldwin used strong language to lambast a photographer who got too close, and has since then taken to Twitter to apologize.
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