New York — Police said a Canadian actress accused of stalking Alec Baldwin
sent him a string of emails begging him to marry her.
One said, "Say I do to me". In another, she referred to him as her "husband", according to court papers.
Genevieve Sabourin was arraigned on aggravated harassment and stalking charges on Monday, a day after her arrest in New York City.
Police say Sabourin crashed a film screening Baldwin was hosting on April 5 and had to be thrown out by security guards.
A day later she sent another email to the actor saying, "I hope I did not ruin everything," according to court papers.
Sabourin's lawyer at the arraignment was Julie Sender. She says her client and Baldwin had a two-year "mutual relationship".