Alec Baldwin's stalker sent to jail
Alec Baldwin's stalker has been jailed for violating an order of protection.
The 30 Rock star obtained the order against Genevieve Sabourin after he received several harassing emails and tweets from her, according to the New York Post.
The order prevented Sabourin from coming into contact with the actor or his wife, Hilaria.
The French-Canadian woman appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court to face charges of violating the order.
"Why am I being arrested! Tell me why I am being arrested!" she reportedly screamed while being taken away in handcuffs.
Sabourin has reportedly tweeted Baldwin and his wife throughout the month.
A post on the micro-blog aimed at Baldwin's yoga instructor wife dated November 8 landed her in court.
"How Hilaria Baldwin beZEN, peaceful yogi, Alec Baldwin keep my INJUSTICE+break my life?" she wrote.
Sabourin previously appeared in court on over two dozen harassment charges.
As the Post reports, Baldwin's signed affidavit indicates he received 10 emails from the woman on March 20, in which she said she would launch "a massive destructive war" to garner his affection.
Baldwin has previously said he took Sabourin to dinner but denied the pair were ever romantically involved.