Alec Baldwin accuses NBC's 'Today' of stalking him, says he's leaving the network

alec-baldwin-stalker-genevieve-sabourin Alec Baldwin is accusing news organizations -- including NBC's "Today" show -- of stalking him to report the story about his alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin. To get out his message, the "30 Rock" actor turned to his favorite medium -- Twitter -- and went so far as to say he's "leaving NBC just in time.

After "Today" broadcast a Wednesday (April 11) segment from the sidewalk in front of his Manhattan apartment building -- the name of his building was clearly on display in the report -- Baldwin furiously let loose with several irate tweets:









NBC was reporting on the story about Canadian actress Sabourin, who was charged with stalking and aggravated harassment on Monday after she showed up uninvited at Baldwin's apartment building several times and at his Long Island home. According to Baldwin, she's been sending him disturbing e-mails for several weeks. She's been ordered to stay away from the actor. Baldwin and Sabourin reportedly met 10 years ago on the set of "Pluto Nash" -- Baldwin had a cameo and Sabourin was a publicist. 

Baldwin recently became engaged to his 28-year-old girlfriend Hilaria Thomas.

As for the "leaving NBC" comment -- there's no official word on either Baldwin's planned exit from "30 Rock" or the end of the show itself.

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