A woman claiming that she once had an affair with Alec Baldwin has been found guilty on five counts of stalking and harassing the actor.
A New York judge reached a verdict in the case Thursday against Genevieve Sabourin, who Baldwin says sent him threatening phone calls and emails after they went on a dinner date three years ago. Sabourin, who appeared in the movies "Swindle" and "Eternal," claimed they had a sexual encounter, but Baldwin flatly denied it.
Sabourin also claimed Baldwin told her, "I make the best omelets in the world and I'd be happy to make you omelets every morning for the rest of your life."
The verdict ends a bizarre courtroom drama that included tearful testimony from Baldwin and Sabourin yelling at the "30 Rock" actor in court, saying he was a liar.
The judge sentenced Sabourin to 210 days in jail, about six months, which includes the 30 days she already received for repeatedly disrupting court proceedings.
The judge also issued a five-year order of protection for Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria Baldwin. The order states Sabourin may not contact them in any way.