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Canadian actress accused of stalking Alec Baldwin is considering plea deal

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NEW YORK, N.Y. - A Canadian actress accused of stalking Alec Baldwin is considering a plea deal.

Genevieve Sabourin appeared Wednesday in a Manhattan court. The case was adjourned until Thursday as she and prosecutors try to hammer out a deal.

Sabourin lives in Quebec and has acted in television and film.

She and Baldwin met on the set of the 2002 sci-fi comedy "The Adventures of Pluto Nash." He had a cameo and she was a publicist. Baldwin says they had dinner together in 2010.

Police originally arrested Sabourin after authorities said she had implored Baldwin to see and to marry her in emails sent only days after he became engaged to yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas.

His publicist confirmed Tuesday that Baldwin and his now-wife are expecting their first child together.

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