Well, Alec Baldwin is at it again, except this time he is not going after his daughter. This time he is going after the media, specifically George Stark who is a journalist for the DailyMail.
It all started when George accused Alec’s wife of tweeting while she and her husband were attending the funeral for James Gandolfini. Hilaria Baldwin’s twitter account was active during the time of the funeral. She posted a tweet asking for wedding anniversary gift ideas and she also retweeted a few tweets from The Rachael Ray Show.
In George’s article about her untimely tweeting, he points out that she did send out a tweet about James’ death, but then just a few minutes later she was talking about wedding anniversary ideas. Below is an excerpt from the article…
“The 29-year-old, who is due to give birth to her first child this summer, did make time to pay tribute to the later actor amid the social media flurry, writing: ‘The circle of life is unbelievable–birth, life, death…Please take care of yourselves as life is fragile. Rest in Peace Jimmy.’
She barely skipped a beat before changing the tone, writing: ‘What did you do for your first wedding anniversary? What did you give your partner? Ours is coming up!’”
So, as you can see, George Stark was accusing Hilaria of some pretty terrible things. And, of course, Alec Baldwin was not happy about the article. He was not only not happy about it, he was f–king furious! The actor went on a rampage on his now disabled Twitter account. Take a look at the tweets down below…
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Someone is mad, huh? “Toxic little queen” sounds like something Charlie Sheen might say. Quite impressive, Mr. Baldwin. You’ve grown a lot since calling your own daughter a thoughtless little pig.
Oddly enough, Baldwin’s publicist Matthew Hiltzik (who was never fired) released a statement on the incident,
“It is disgraceful that this reporter manufactured a story and never called for comment or explanation — especially when it needlessly diverted attention away from a day to honor the memory of a beloved figure like Mr. Gandolfini.”
According to sources close with Hilaria Baldwin, Mrs. Baldwin was simply retweeting updates that had been tweeted during the service. They claim she was not actively tweeting during the funeral.
It’s tough to pick a side in this battle. On one hand, it’s kind of silly to write an article about this. I mean, how did he know for sure that she was actually tweeting during the funeral? Unless there were pictures of her doing it. And besides, is it really worth pointing out? It’s just taking attention away from the great actor’s funeral.
But on the other hand you have Alec Baldwin and we all know how big of a douche he is. I’m not comfortable picking a side in this battle. I’m just going to stand in the middle of the road and hope that I don’t get hit by a car.