Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin was convicted of stalking and harassing the 30 Rock star on Thursday (14Nov13) following a dramatic four-day trial in New York City.
Sabourin was sentenced to 180 days in jail, plus 30 more days for contempt of court for repeatedly heckling Baldwin and his wife Hilaria during their testimonies.
Scarface producer Bregman was dragged into the case over claims he set the actor up on a date with Sabourin, and he has now spoken out about her conviction, admitting he fears she will crack under the pressure of life in jail.
He tells the New York Daily News, "She's not a tough person. She's not going to last at Rikers (prison in New York). She thinks it's going to help her career. I believe that's what she thinks. She's famous now. It's a hell of a way to get there, kid."
Bregman, who is married, also dismissed allegations that he was having an affair with 41-year-old Sabourin, adding, "I'm 87 years old and that (reports of an affair with Sabourin) is very flattering, but that's all it is."
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