Alec Baldwin's alleged stalker appears to have finally rocked a response out of him.
The "30 Rock" star, who has up until now refused to respond to Canadian Genevieve Sabourin's pleas on Twitter for him to drop his case against her, tweeted a message this weekend that seemed to indirectly address the Montrealer.
"u can create all the false Twitter accts u want in order to make your case. But you don't testify in court via Twitter. Y'all get me now?" he wrote on Sunday.
The 54-year-old actor's tweet came a day after Sabourin's latest accusation: That Baldwin's new wife Hilaria Thomas is not who she says she is.
"Hilaria Baldwin pretend 2be who she's not,lied about her name,is the rest she say is real or a make believe?" Sabourin tweeted, with a link to a 2006 article from the Manhattan entertainment publication Chelsea Now which indicates a woman who looks like Baldwin's wife as Hillary Hayward-Thomas.
Sabourin proceeded to tweet out the article to a slew of media outlets including Yahoo!, NBC, Access Hollywood, Reuters, CBS, Fox and even the Daily Show, among a variety of others.
Last month, the wannabe actress sat down for an interview with ET Canada in which she claimed a psychiatrist's report revealed she didn't "qualify as a stalker," despite the fact that earlier this year she inundated Baldwin with emails and even turned up at his New York home -- and was arrested and charged with stalking --after only having one career dinner with him in 2010.
Sabourin claimed she had proof of a relationship between them, including Baldwin's cell phone number and the knowledge of a scar on his torso. She has since been tweeting for Baldwin to drop his charges against her.
"I need the charges 2be drop in this Alec Baldwin case in New York," she tweeted last month. "We were romantically link. Now I have a trial 4no reasons. Injustice 2me."
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