Alec Baldwin’s Stalker Walks Free From Prison

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March 30, 2014 | 6:25pm EST

A French-Canadian actress convicted of stalking Alec Baldwin has been freed from prison after serving less than six months of a seven-month sentence.
Genevieve Sabourin was released from Rikers Island in New York on Friday.
Her attorney, Todd Spodek, says, “Ms. Sabourin is ready to move on with her life and put this all behind her.”
She had been ordered to spend 180 days behind bars in November after she was found guilty on five counts of harassment and stalking. The charges were filed after she bombarded the 30 Rock star with emails and voicemails and made unwelcome visits to his Big Apple homes after enjoying a meal with him in 2010.
She was handed another 30 days in detention for contempt of court for outbursts and interruptions she made during her trial.
Sabourin’s sentence also requires her to stay away from Baldwin and his family following her prison release.

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