Written by Minister of Information JR    Friday, 22 February 2013 04:18    PDF Print E-mail
Actor Alec Baldwin Uses Racial Slurs And Assaults New York Post Crew

 

Alec Baldwin just can’t keep his mouth shut. This time he really put his foot in it. Baldwin was involved in an argument with a reporter for the New York Post, Tara Palmeri. According to the Post, Baldwin was approached by the reporter while he was in the midst of taking his dog for a walk. He was asked about the recent lawsuit brought against his wife for negligence at her yoga facility.


The reporter says that is when things turned ugly and Baldwin grabbed  Palmeri’s arm saying, “I want to choke you to death.” According to The Post, Palmeri played an audio recording of the incident to authorities.

But the abuse did not stop there. Baldwin then turned around to a Post photographer ,calling him  “a c0on”,“crackhead” and “drug dealer”.  The photographer happens to be African American and a retired NYPD detective.


After the incident, Baldwin took to Twitter and thanked the NYPD, saying, “Thank u 2 NYPD officers who came to my home 2day so that I could file a formal complaint against NY Post ‘photographer’ who assaulted me.”

 



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