Alec Baldwin's latest rant on Twitter involves his wife, a reporter, a funeral, numerous homophobic slurs, and violent threats. Intrigued?
"Someone wrote that my wife was tweeting at a funeral," Baldwin wrote. "Hey. That's not true. But I'm gonna tweet at your funeral," he said.
The "someone" Baldwin was referring to in his series of tweets Thursday evening was Daily Mail writer, George Clark, who penned a piece earlier that day criticizing the Emmy-winning actor's wife, HIlaria Thomas, for allegedly tweeting during James Gandolfini's funeral.
"The pregnant yoga instructor's social media feed was full of upbeat posts while the Sopranos star's friends, family and co-stars were gripped with grief at a New York Catholic church," wrote Clark. "Messages included a request for ideas about wedding anniversary presents and promotional notes about her upcoming appearance on the Rachael Ray show."
Baldwin, who caught wind of the piece, then went on a menacing twitter rant that contained violent words and homophobic slurs. The following excerpts are among the highlights spewed and shared from Baldwin's now non-existent account. Luckily, BuzzFeed kindly grabbed Baldwin's tweets and posted the entire meltdown.
"George Stark, you lying little b––. I am gonna f%#@ you up."
"I want all of my followers and beyond to straighten out this f––ing little b––, George Stark," he wrote in one tweet.
My wife and I attend a funeral to pay our respects to an old friend, and some toxic Brit writes this f––king trash," he said.
"If put my foot up your f––ing ass, George Stark, but I'm sure you'd dig it too much."
Baldwin added, "I'm gonna find you, George Stark, you toxic little queen, and I'm gonna f––...you...up."
"My wife DID NOT use her phone, in any capacity, at our friend's funeral. Now f–– this twitter + good luck to all of you who know the truth."
A Baldwin rep released the following statement, clarifying and reiterating that Thomas did not tweet during Gandolfini's funeral service.
"It's disgraceful that a reporter would manufacture and publish a story and not call for comment or explanation–– especially when it's intended to take away attention from honoring the memory of a beloved figure like James Gandolfini," his rep said. "There are multiple witnesses to the fact that Hilaria left her phone in the car and wouldn't, couldn't, and didn't tweet during the service."
Baldwin also shared via Twitter that he had fired his publicists. The 55-year-old actor's Twitter account has since been disabled.
This isn't Alec Baldwin's first time stirring up controversy. In 2011, he was thrown off a plane after refusing to turn off his iPhone during takeoff because he was playing Words With Friends. In February, Baldwin allegedly made racist remarks against a newspaper photog, calling him a "crackhead" and a "coon."