Alec Baldwin's Stalker Proposes Marriage, Abuses Caps Lock

Surely I'm not the only one who has jokingly replaced my surname with Alec Baldwin's — you know, just to see how it sounds. But Baldwin's stalker Genevieve Sabourin sent him "a series of annoying and unsolicited communications" that likely turned him off to any potential marriage, even though she went ahead and took his name.

"I'M EXISTED ABOUT THAT PORTION OF THE PROCESS, CREATING GENEVIEVE BALDWIN AND GET ALL OF WHAT I WANT IS THE BEST PART," she wrote, according to the court document.

The CNN article actually includes several of Sabourin's one-sided correspondence, including another where she references her "NEWLY HUSBAND, YOU!"

Baldwin and Sabourin did, in fact, meet once — "briefly." He says they had dinner in the fall of 2010, but has not explained where they first met. The CNN article speculates that it may have been on the set of 2002's The Adventures of Pluto Nash, in which Sabourin acted as unit publicist and Baldwin had a cameo role. Let's just hope that's true, because it's amazing.

The 40-year-old Canadian woman has been released on her own recognizance, but she has been ordered to return to court for a May 14 hearing. She's also not allowed to send Baldwin any more of those frantic, caps-heavy emails — though I assume he's changed his email address since then.

No word on whether or not Sabourin is aware that Baldwin recently got engaged to his girlfriend, Hilaria Thomas.

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