NEW YORK (AP) - Alec Baldwin's stalker is going to jail, but it didn't have to be that way. Genevieve Sabourin (zhan-uh-vee-EHV' sa-boor-AN') rejected a plea deal that would've kept her out of jail. Instead, she'll have to serve six months for stalking Baldwin and another month for contempt of court. After hearing the verdict, Sabourin told the judge he was making "a mistake" and she hadn't done "anything wrong." Baldwin had accused her of stalking him after they met once for dinner. Sabourin says they had a sexual relationship and she sent him dozens of emails because she wanted to find out why he wouldn't talk to her anymore. Sabourin says just because Baldwin is rich and famous, he shouldn't be able to "take advantage of women and throw them in the garbage."