Alec Baldwin sobs at stalker trial

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No one will ever accuse Alec Baldwin of being stoic.

When he testified Tuesday in New York at the trial of the woman he says is stalking him, he broke down in sobs on the stand, TMZ reports.

Genevieve Sabourin allegedly has been sending him nonstop tweets and emails, and even showed up at his house.

She claims they slept together. When Baldwin denied it in court, Sabourin yelled out “really?!”

Though some are calling his waterworks an act, Baldwin says she has made his life miserable — and shed the tears to prove it.

Still, he hasn’t gone soft. On the way out of the courtroom he had some Baldwinesque words for reporters: “I hope you choke to death.”Alec BaldwinFeaturesGenevieve SabourinGossip

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