A Canadian actress accused of stalking Alec Baldwin sent him a string of emails begging him to marry her, according to a police complaint.

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A Canadian actress accused of stalking Alec Baldwin sent him a string of emails begging him to marry her, according to a police complaint.

Genevieve Sabourin was arraigned on aggravated harassment and stalking charges Monday, a day after her arrest in New York City.

Police said Baldwin and Sabourin met a decade ago on a movie set and initially had been friendly, but the relationship apparently took a turn for the bizarre in recent days.

Sabourin traveled from her home in Quebec to New York City, then began sending Baldwin desperate emails, according to police.

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“Please Alec come and pick me up now,” said one message, according to a court filing. “I am less than 10 min away from you tonight. Say I do to me.” In another, she referred to him as her “husband,” according to court papers.

Then, Sabourin crashed a film screening Baldwin was hosting on April 5 and had to be thrown out by security guards, a police detective wrote.

The following day, she sent another email to the “30 Rock” star, saying, “I hope I did not ruin everything by my lack of freedom and passive actions.”

Sabourin’s lawyer at the arraignment, Julie Sender, said her client and Baldwin had a two-year “mutual relationship.”

They met on the set of “The Adventures of Pluto Nash,” a film in which he made a cameo and she was a publicist, and then went to dinner together at least once in 2010.

Baldwin posted a Twitter message about the episode Tuesday, writing, “Isn’t it odd when an accused stalker is in handcuffs, being taken away by the cops, yet smiles for the cameras?”

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