Sabourin leaving court. (Turgeon/Rocke/Splash News)
According to Genevieve Sabourin, having an actor's cell phone number precludes you from being a stalker.
"I'm not crazy, I'm not a stalker," Sabourin said.
The Canadian actress has claimed that she was in a relationship for months with the "30 Rock" star and that she has proof.
"How come I have his cell phone number? 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?" she said.
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Baldwin admitted he once went out for dinner with the Montrealer in 2010, and that they had met on the set of "The Adventures of Pluto Nash" eight years earlier. But in early 2012, Sabourin began sending the actor emails. She then turned up at his Hamptons' house and at an event he was attending in New York. She also reportedly claimed to want to have his baby.
For her part, Sabourin told ET Canada that she only showed up at the 40-year-old actor's home because she was trying to get closure after their breakup.
"It was love, for me it was love," she said, adding, "I don't think it could be a one-way thing."
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On Monday, Sabourin took to Twitter to rally some support for her media trip this week to the Big Apple.
"I need the charges 2be drop in this Alec Baldwin case in New York. We were romantically link. Now I have a trial 4no reasons. Injustice 2me," she tweeted.
ET Canada posted a skeptical tweet following the interview: "Do you believe anything Alec Baldwin's alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, has to say? #ETCLive." Frankly, we don't blame them for being unconvinced.