The woman accused of stalking Alec Baldwin last year in New York City, as well as showing up at his Amagansett house, may never be able to visit the area again, The New York Post reports.
A very specific plea deal the prosecution is offering Genevieve Sabourin stipulates she'll have to stay out of the entire hamlet of Amagansett and far away from Baldwin and his pregnant wife.
According to The Post, the order would also require she “stay 10 blocks away from the [Baldwins’] New York City address, stay 10 blocks away from Hilaria Baldwin’s yoga studios, and stay 10 blocks away from NBC studios,” Assistant District Attorney Zach Stendig told the judge.
In exchange, she would receive no jail time.
In April 2012, East Hampton Town Police Chief Ed Ecker said his department was called to Baldwin's house in late March — the same weekend Baldwin proposed to his wife. The woman reportedly pulled up in a silver sedan, exited the car, and Baldwin called the police. The woman had already driven off when an officer arrived, and she was not found.
About a week later,town police received a call from a New York City Police Department detective informing them that a suspect, Genevieve Sabourin, had been identified. According to The New York Post, Sabourin, a 40-year-old Canadian actress sent emails and text messages to Baldwin confessing her love for him, that she wanted to have his baby and that she needed money.
No charges were ever filed locally.
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