TODAY | November 14, 2013
>> after another day of fee, in court, a verdict could come as early as today at the trial of alec baldwin 's alleged stalker. katie. good morning.
>> reporter: good morning, matt. closing statements are scheduled to begin today. as you said, a verdict could come as early as this afternoon. this after another explosive day in court. alec baldwin 's alleged accused stalker was led away in handcuffs t. drama started immediately, she walked in court telling reporters she was being bullied.
>> i have been the victim since day one, absolutely.
>> as officers tried to escort her into the building, she then cried out against the legal system.
>> they're going to use their force against me again, that's how i have been treated for two years.
>> the french cadian actress, ultimately making the judge holding her in contempt and sentencing her to 30 days in jail.
>> that was all before she took the stand. when she did, she described a night she says she spent with baldwin t. way he kissed me confirmed we were very compatible. adding he vowed to make her onlilets every day for the rest of her life. she says baldwin who hosted a show on msnbc dumped her after one night and the repeated appearances outside his home were because she was entitled to ask for closure. face-to-face, yes, she explained. but is that threatening? no. this is under surveillance video released by the da of her in the lobby of baldwin 's manhattan apartment building , she's trying to get in to see him. he testified when she showed up at his house, it felt like something out of hitchcock. he felt extremely threatened. by the end of the day the prosecution and defense arrested and she was taken away in handcuffs. now, she is charged with 23 counts of harass. one count of stalking. she has pleaded not guilty saying that she is persistent and annoying, but not aggressive. now, baldwin declined any sexual relationship with the actress. when asked for comment, his spokesman told me yesterday what happened in court speaks for itself.
>> katie couric , thanks very much.
>> i think thought she was about to say, what happens in court staying in court.
>> that at phrase we hear