New York City Criminal Court Judge Robert Mandelbaum sentenced Genevieve Sabourin to six months’ imprisonment yesterday, November 14, after she was convicted of two counts of stalking and one count of harassment and one count of aggravated attempted harassment. Ms. Sabourin, a publicist and aspiring actress, was accused of stalking and harassing actor Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria Thomas Baldwin. Earlier in the week, Judge Mandelbaum sentenced Ms. Sabourin to a 30 day term of imprisonment for contempt of court for disrupting the trial. The defendant had been offered a plea bargain in which she would serve no jail time and the charges would have been dismissed. Instead, Ms. Sabourin chose a non-jury trial that led to her combined sentence of seven months.