Alec Baldwin was caught on video chasing a photographer this morning and allegedly using a gay slur.
The incident happened a few hours after Baldwin's stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, was found guilty on five counts of stalking and harassment.
Baldwin was leaving his New York City apartment with his wife and baby when he stormed down the street yelling at an unidentified photographer, who had gotten very close to his car.
When his wife pleaded for him to return to the car, Baldwin began walking back.
According to TMZ, Baldwin called the photographer a "c---------- f--" in the video footage (below).
Baldwin went on a Twitter today and claimed that he called the photographer a "fat head" not a "f--," reports Mediaite.com. He also accused TMZ of trying to bury him and threatened a law suit, however, those tweets were taken down.
According to the Daily Mail, the gay rights group GLAAD released a statement: "Mr. Baldwin can't lend his support for equality on paper, while degrading gay people in practice. It's clearly time he listens to the calls from so many LGBT people and allies to end this pattern of anti-gay slurs."
New York Magazine reported four other incidents in which Baldwin allegedly used anti-gay slurs:
In 1992, Baldwin called a horse-drawn-carriage driver a "f-----" for supporting the expansion of carriage rides outside of Central Park. In September of 2011, Baldwin referred to a Starbucks barista as an "uptight queen." In June of 2012, Baldwin called Daily News editor-in-chief Colin Myler an "English Queen." In June of 2013, Baldwin called Daily Mail journalist George Stark a "toxic little queen" who would "dig it" if Baldwin stuck his foot up his ass.