Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin, the woman accused of stalking Alec Baldwin, was unexpectedly taken into police custody during what was supposed to be a routine court appearance in New York Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.
Sabourin had been ordered to stay away from Baldwin and his new wife Hilaria, but according to Sabourin's Twitter feed and other reports, Hilaria Baldwin had recently called 911 and reported that Sabourin was still stalking her.
Even though Sabourin was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs Tuesday, no new charges were filed against her, her lawyer told the AP.
Sabourin met Baldwin when she was working as a publicist for the 2002 film The Adventures of Pluto Nash, in which the 30 Rock star had a cameo. She was first arrested for sending emails to Baldwin asking him to marry her after he became engaged to Hilaria, a yoga instructor, in April. She also allegedly showed up uninvited to a movie screening and his apartment, the AP reports.