Alec Baldwin was victorious in his stalker trial.
Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin was found guilty today (Thursday) on all five counts of stalking and harassing the star. She was sentenced to six months in jail -- plus 30 days for acting up in court. Genevieve -- who continually interrupted the trial to heckle Alec and his wife, Hilaria, on the stand -- claimed she had a sexual relationship with the 30 Rock Star, but the star denied the accusations.
The judge gave Genevieve a tongue lashing, saying, "You had no right to continue communications or pursue contact you knew to be unwanted and unwelcome. Your relentless and escalating campaign of threats and in-person appearances in private spaces served at a minimum to harass, annoy and alarm Mr. Baldwin."
She responded, "I haven’t done anything wrong, and I’m innocent, so that’s what I have to say. You’re doing a mistake right now.”
Alec wasn't in court. He was at his New York City apartment being annoyed and alarmed by the paparazzi. After photographers got too close to his baby daughter, Alec chased them down and was overheard cursing and possibly using homophobic slurs -- but that's another court case waiting to happen.
Source: New York Daily News
Lady Gaga brought the heat to a very cold night in New York City, hosting the grand opening of clothing giant H&M's Times Square flagship store at the stroke of midnight last night.
Hundreds of Little Monsters started camping out for the event on Tuesday in hopes of getting one of 20 "golden tickets" that granted them 30 minutes of time with Gaga. But she told Women's Wear Daily that she was worried about them, saying, "It's so cold out, they're going to get sick!"
Gaga says she likes the one-on-one time because “my favorite thing is when fans don’t get too stunned by me or too shocked, and I can have a real normal conversation with them. I’m friends with a few of my fans. Like, I have real friendships with some of them because some of them just see me as I am and because we’re so similar.”