Alec Baldwin’s Stalker Has Some Regrets

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Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin, accused of stalking actor Alec Baldwin, talks to the media outside Manhattan Criminal Court November 12, 2013 in New York. Photo: STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images

Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin, who, after a very dramatic trial earlier this month, was convicted of stalking and harassing Baldwin, told the New York Daily News that her digital and occasionally physical pursuit of the volatile actor wasn't the best career move. "I can’t even get a job as a waitress. I used to wear designer clothes, take trips around the world and make $100,000. No one will hire me," she said from Rikers Island, where she is serving a seven-month sentence. "My reputation has been ruined." It might comfort Sabourin to know that Baldwin's professional life has also suffered as an indirect result of the situation, though he's doing his best to bounce back.