Alec Baldwin's accused stalker was smiling Monday after a visit to a New York City courthouse ended with her being prohibited from contacting the "30 Rock" star for another two months.
"Je t'aime New York," Genevieve Sabourin told the NY Post after she left the courthouse. "I love the United States.
"With my lawyers, we are going to solve this misunderstanding," the 40-year-old Canadian actress said.
"My client is not guilty of stalking or harassment," Sabourin attorney Maurice Sercarz said. "Once we are able to establish a context for these contacts, we will be able to convince the DA and all involved that the context was legitimate.
"There's a time and place for everything. The facts will emerge … there was much more to this story than appeared in the media," Sercarz said.
Sabourin says she had a physical relationship with the newly engaged actor, 54. The two met when she worked as a publicist for Eddie Murphy's "The Adventures of Pluto Nash."
Court records indicate that the pair had dinner in the fall of 2010 and Baldwin offered her professional advice as a favor to a friend.
Baldwin claims in court documents that Sabourin sent him emails saying, "I am less than 10 minutes away from you tonight. Say I do to me," "I am excited … about creating genevieve baldwin," and "i need to see you now."
Sabourin was arrested April 8 after attempting to access the actor's Manhattan apartment.
Baldwin tweeted in April, "Isn't it odd when an accused stalker is in handcuffs, being taken away by the cops, yet smiles for the cameras?"
Sabourin will return to court July 26.