Alec Baldwin's Friend Says Baldwin Lied About Relationship With Alleged Stalker
There was drama on the courthouse steps, as the beauty accused of stalking actor Alec Baldwin scuffled with court officers.
"He's hurting me right now," she shouted as she was escorted into the court.
And inside the courtroom, actress Genevieve Sabourin had a meltdown and had a screaming match with the judge.
She yelled, "This is an injustice," claiming she was physically manhandled. But the judge had enough of her drama queen antics.
He said, "You're not permitted to scream out loud constantly" as she did yesterday when she continuously disrupted Alec Baldwin's testimony and called him a liar.
Clearly having enough, the judge sentenced her to 30 days in jail for contempt.
But as the French-Canadian actress had a difficult time of it in court today, Baldwin is coming under heat of his own.
One of his closest friends is calling Baldwin a liar after the actor testified under oath that he never had a sexual relationship with Sabourin.
"It's a lie! I'm furious," producer Martin Bregman says. "I keep thinking, why did he do this? I'll tell you why—because he was doing two women at the same time!"
Bregman is the producer of the iconic movies Scarface and Dog Day Afternoon.
He and Baldwin were once good friends. But Baldwin testified yesterday that Genevieve Sabourin was Marty Bregman's mistress and Baldwin befriended her at the producer's request.
"Marty called me, told me he needed my help," Baldwin testified. "(He) was ending his relationship with her. He wanted to help get her a job. She wanted to be an actress."
Bregman, now in a wheelchair, has been married for 25 years.
"I'm 87 years old and that's very flattering, but that's all it is," Bregman says. He calls Baldwin's testimony "pretty stupid."
Sabourin also denied she was ever Bregman's mistress. She told INSIDE EDITION, "Of course not. I worked with him."
When INSIDE EDITION asked, "Did you have a sexual relationship with Marty Bregman?"
"No," replied Sabourin.