Alec Baldwin accusations are flying just one day after the news broke that Baldwin's wife Hilaria Thomas was being sued over an unfortunate incident that took place in her yoga class in January. On Feb. 17, 2013, Baldwin and a retired NYPD detective turned paparazzo named G.N. Miller got into an altercation outside the actor's home, reported Daily Mail.
The photographer, who works for the New York Post, claimed Baldwin called him a variety of racial epithets, which won't be reproduced here. Miller is African-American. Said Alec Baldwin, the accusations are untrue. He has filed a harassment claim against the photog. In turn, Miller has filed a harassment claim against the actor.
The Alec Baldwin accusations may or may not be true, but there may be witnesses. The exchange took place on a New York City sidewalk in broad daylight. In addition, Baldwin complained about the incident on Twitter and repeated some of the milder insults in a tweet that has since been deleted. He allegedly called Miller, "crackhead, ex jailhouse paparazzi" and "Ralston [sic] the ex-crackhead 'photographer,'" in the deleted messages.
A female reporter who spoke with Baldwin on the very same day he allegedly hurled racist remarks at the New York Post photographer has also come forward. She alleged that the newlywed actor, whose wife is expecting their first child, grabbed her by the arm and said, said, "I want you to choke to death" when she asked him about the lawsuit against Hilaria Thomas.