By Janet Digeronimo
Alec Baldwin’s alleged stalker was informed Thursday that she will have to face more legal action despite her hopes of having the case dismissed.
The bubbly blonde Genevieve Sabourin, 40, strolled into Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday morning. After being silenced twice by the bailiff for talking to neighboring people in the courtroom, Sabourin learned that she would have to appear in court again on April 8th.
After breaking her order of protection back in November by sending tweets to Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria Thomas, the judge extended the order of protection for six months. Sabourin continues to be banned from making contact of any kind with “30 Rock” actor Alec Baldwin and his wife.
The defendant contends that she and Baldwin had a one-night stand in 2010 but the actor admits only to having dinner with her.
After leaving the courtroom, Sabourin told reporters “There is nothing new, I’ve done nothing wrong.” When asked if she was disappointed to hear that she would have to return to court she replied briefly, “I have been disappointed from day one.”