Genevieve Sabourin, the woman currently on trial for stalking Alec Baldwin, has been jailed for contempt of court. She will spend 30 days behind bars.
Alec Baldwin cried on the stand as he testified about the whole ordeal, but the greater story may have been Sabourin's conduct in the courtroom.
Sabourin made numerous outbursts at her trial yesterday, and didn't do herself any favors by running her mouth outside of court either (above).
As a result, she paid the price today, when she was back for another day of testimony and repeatedly interrupted her own attorney as he argued.
That's when the judge threw the book at her and held her in contempt.
During Baldwin's testimony, Sabourin shouted at him, calling him a liar as he described how she has bombarded him with calls, texts and messages for years.
Sabourin claims she's innocent, and her attorney says she was merely seeking closure following the end of their relationship - one Alec claims did not exist.
Today, when she disrupted proceedings again, the judge had enough.
Sabourin claims that she has the right to speak out in court, because she's French-Canadian and she sometimes has trouble with the translation.
She'll have 30 days in lockup to ponder that.