Alec Baldwin Apologizes for Using Gay Slurs, Writes Letter to GLAAD
Alec Baldwin has apologized for a Twitter tirade in which he targeted a reporter and used gay slurs.
Earlier this week, the Daily Mail published an article accusing the actor’s wife Hilaria of posting on Twitter in the midst of James Gandolfini’s funeral. Baldwin denied his wife had been tweeting from the church and slammed the reporter, George Stark, calling him a “toxic little queen” and a “lying little b**ch.”
Baldwin also threatened: “I am gonna f**k you up… I want all of my followers and beyond to straighten out this f**king little b**ch.”
He added, “My wife DID NOT use her phone, in any capacity, at our friends funeral. Now, f*** this twitter %2B good luck to all of you who know the truth.”
Twenty minutes later he said he fired his publicist, and shortly after he deleted his twitter account.
Now it appears the actor is owning up to his words. In response to the incident, Baldwin issued a public apology and released a letter to gay rights group GLAAD.