New evidence against Alec Baldwin’s alleged stalker Genevieve Sabourin was released yesterday when the Canadian actress appeared in court in New York City, according to ABC News.
Baldwin, 54, filed and signed an affidavit that details threatening emails he received from Sabourin, including 10 in just one day.
One of the emails was titled “Defcon 1” and warned that Sabourin, 40, was planning to start a “massive destructive war,” Baldwin wrote.
“She said that I could call the FBI and have her put in jail, or I could call her and speak to her. She told me if I did not have a conversation with her it would mean ‘war’ and that she was ‘ready for it’ and asked if I wanted to have this happen in a non-control[led] place and time at any given moment like a bad surprise.”
“She also said that she would find me no matter what it cost her,” the “30 Rock” star wrote.
In April, shortly after Baldwin became engaged to yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas—the two were recently wed—Sabourin was arrested outside his Manhattan home. Prior to her arrest, the actress reportedly followed Baldwin to an event at Lincoln Center after flying from Montreal to his house in the Hamptons in March.
Sabourin claims the stalking charges, which she denies, have hurt her acting career.
“Who’s going to hire anyone who’s in court with a big star, a Hollywood star?” she reportedly told the press outside the courtroom. “No one’s going to take that chance. I haven’t had a single audition. I wish I could go on with my life on every level.”
The actors met on the movie set of “The Adventures of Pluto Nash” in 2002, and according to court records, once went to dinner together. Baldwin says he was merely giving her advice as a friendly favor.
The next court date is set for September 19.
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