Alec Baldwin’s accused stalker, Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin, has denied the star’s stalking allegations and says that while her proof has been deleted, the relationship between the two was “love.”
Alec Baldwin accused Sabourin, 40, of stalking in the spring, and the Canadian was arrested outside his apartment in New York City back in April.
But Sabourin said that she has had a relationship with Alec Baldwin and that attempts to paint her as crazy or as having had imagined the relationship are inaccurate.
Sabourin told ET Canada that Baldwin was in love with her, and said:
“It was love, for me it was love … I felt it. I don’t think it could be a one-way thing.”
Alec Baldwin wouldn’t be the first star to fall victim to the overactive imagination of a fan, and a symptom of stalking is delusional belief that a relationship goes two-ways instead of being a singular obsession on the part of one person.
But Baldwin’s accused stalker claims that she not only has the star’s phone number but that she can describe his body and has seen him at least partially naked. Sabourin adds:
“I’m not crazy, I’m not a stalker, and this is actually what the [psychiatrist's] report said — that I don’t qualify as a stalker … How come I have his cell phone number?
RadarOnline quotes the Canadian star, who contends that after she blocked Baldwin on Facebook, she lost proof of their relationship:
“How come I know he’s got a scar, right here, on his bikini line that is round like this, that you’ve never seen in pictures? … When I saw that he had begun seeing someone else, I decided to cancel our friendship on Facebook, and because of that I lost the entire content of our conversations.”
Alec Baldwin, who married Hilaria Thomas back in April, says that he met Sabourin in 2010 for “professional” reasons.