Alec Baldwin is back to his old tricks, threatening a photographer outside his New York City apartment this afternoon, hours after he prevailed in court.
Baldwin, who was accompanied by his wife Hilaria and daughter Carmen, taking off in hot pursuit after the photographer, who he called "c--ksucking f-g."
While the pap(s) did get close to Baldwin's family, the actor's habit of using profane language - including slurs offensive to gays - is well documented.
Still, after this video hit the web, Alec took to Twitter, threatening to sue TMZ for calling him a homophobe and insisting he said "c--ksucking fathead."
Seriously. The 55-year-old wrote, "Acoustic analysis proves the word is fathead."
He reiterated, saying it a second time: "Fathead. Anti-gay slurs are wrong. They not only offend, but threaten hard fought tolerance of LGBT rights."
Indeed. But is anyone buying that denial at this point, considering the source?
A rep for GLAAD said (before Alec's explanation): "Mr. Baldwin can't lend his support for equality on paper, while degrading gay people in practice."
The gay rights group implored, "It's clearly time he listens to the calls from so many LGBT people and allies to end this pattern of anti-gay slurs."
You can watch the incident unfold above and listen to the enhanced audio of that phrase, then decide for yourself, but even if he's telling the truth ...
Baldwin still used the word "c--ksucking." Not helpful to his claim. Or very nice.
It also would not be the first time this happened ... or the second. This year.