Genevieve Sabourin, Alec Baldwin's accused stalker, is opening up in a revealing new interview with ET Canada, alleging that she was in a months-long relationship with the 30 Rock star.
She tells ET Canada that she's not crazy, saying she was in love with Baldwin and that the feeling was mutual. "It was love, for me it was love," she said. When asked whether Baldwin felt the same way she said, "I felt it. I don't think it could be a one-way thing."
Sabourin added that she was only looking for closure regarding the end of their relationship when she went to his New York home on the day that she was arrested. She admitted that many people might consider her "crazy" or "emotionally imbalanced," but she said she was evaluated by a psychiatrist. "I'm not crazy, I'm not a stalker, and this is actually what the [psychiatrist's] report said -- that I don't qualify as a stalker."
Sabourin says she can prove that she had a relationship with Baldwin because she obtained information no one else could have. "How come I have his cell phone number? How come I know he's got a scar, right here, on his bikini line that is round like this, that you've never seen in pictures?" she said.
Baldwin has not commented to ET on this story at this time.
To see the revealing interview, tune in to ET tonight.