Alec Baldwin's stalker Genevieve Sabourin says her conviction has ruined her reputation and she can't get a job anywhere.
Alec Baldwin's stalker says her reputation has been ''ruined''.
Genevieve Sabourin - who was sentenced to seven months in jail for stalking this '30 Rock' star and his wife Hilaria - claims her conviction has left her life in tatters and made her unemployable.
Sabourin - who is currently two weeks into her sentence - told the New York Daily News newspaper: ''My reputation has been ruined. I can't even hide in Japan. I am in prison for life.
''I can't even get a job as a waitress. I used to wear designer clothes, take trips around the world and make $100,000 . . . No one will hire me.''
The 41-year-old blonde - who was found guilty of harassment and stalking and for bombarding the actor with hundreds of texts, emails and voicemail messages after they met for dinner in 2010 - went on to complain her side of the story had been ignored.
She asked the journalist who conducted the interview at Rikers Island prison: ''Where have you been for the last two years? Where were you journalists two years ago? Nobody asked to interview me then.''
When she is released from prison Sabourin must stay away from the couple for five years.
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