The Alec Baldwin accusations of racism and harassment are quickly gaining media attention. Reportedly, Baldwin was involved in yet another altercation with the media. According to a NY Post report on Feb. 18, Baldwin, 54, allegedly called a black Post photographer a racial slur, a "crackhead" and a "drug dealer" during an encounter the two had Feb. 17. The confrontation eventually led to police being called on the scene after Balwin allegedly threatened to choke the reporter, Tara Palmeri, to death.
After threatening the reporter Baldwin continued to carry out his anger on the photographer, G.N. Miller, a NYPD retired detective. According to Miller's police statement, Baldwin called him a “coon" and a "drug dealer."
Although Miller showed Baldwin his ID in an effort to prove that he was a retired police officer, Baldwin called it a "fake." Both Baldwin and the New York Post photograher, G.N. Miller, 56, filed harassment claims against one another after the confrontation.
Baldwin later took to Twitter to express his anger by 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,’’ he tweeted.