Alec Baldwin Deletes Twitter Account After Launching Homophobic Attack on Journalist
Alec Baldwin deleted his Twitter account Thursday for the second time after he had an epic meltdown in response to a reporter who accused his wife of tweeting during James Gandolfini's funeral.
The actor, who has had a history of anger management issues, taunted and threatened George Stark, the UK Daily Mail reporter who wrote the story, calling him a "toxic little queen" and a "lying b*tch" he was "gonna f*ck" up. He urged his followers to "straighten" him out and said he would tweet at Stark's funeral even though his wife did not tweet at Gandolfini's. He threatened to put his foot up his rear, but then said Stark would "dig it too much."
Baldwin, who considered running for mayor of New York, insisted his wife did not use her phone "in any capacity" at the funeral, despite tweets on her timeline that suggested she may have, and then signaled he had had enough: "Now, f*ch this twitter + good luck to all of you who know the truth" was his last tweet before he deleted his account.