The New York Post has wasted no time producing a cover featuring their dear old frenemy Alec Baldwin. Say what you will of Baldwin; he makes great tabloid fodder, whether he's yelling at Daily News reporters who busted into his yoga class for a story about his engagement; yelling at Starbucks baristas on the Upper West Side; or yelling at flight attendants who ask him to put away his phone for take-off. He's the New York City bully you love to hate! And so, the Post slaps him on their cover with the headline "Dirty Rock"—even though the story within is more about his alleged stalker than about Baldwin, himself. And even though "Dirty Rock" is, well, what does that even mean?
But on to things we can actually answer: What do we know about this alleged stalker? Her name is Genevieve Sabourin, and she's 40 years old. She's French-Canadian. The Post dubs her a "hottie" and a "shapely blonde." She's a struggling actress whom Baldwin was allegedly helping professionally (by taking her to dinner twice in 2011). Oh, and, according to the reports: She claims she and Baldwin had sex and that she wanted to have his baby. According to her lawyer, they had a two-year relationship "with texts, e-mails going in both directions." According to her mother, she is "a respectable woman" who "appreciates [Baldwin]." And according to her brother, "She’s not a freak.”