Alec Baldwin really did not appreciate when New York Post writer Andrea Peyser wrote a column Thursday alleging the newlywed actor had an affair and called him a “bully-boy.” In the column “Drop it, Alec! Baldwin ‘Lover Gal’ Has Suffered Enough!’ Peyser writes Baldwin is a “bloviating psycho who seduce[s] small women and bash[es] puny photographers,” while defending his “busty Canadian cutie” alleged summer stalker, Genevieve Sabourin.
Peyser writes that Sabourin, who spoke to her exclusively, was not a stalker, just a scorned ex-fling: “She told me that when their romantic evening was done, after they’d gone to Central Park, to the theatre, to dinner and to bed, the guy dumped her — with a text message!”
Baldwin hasn’t denied the fling, but is currently trying to keep Sabourine in jail on $5,000 bail for allegedly Twitter-stalking Baldwin and what Peyser writes is “his temporary wife,” Hilaria Thomas. Harsh.
Baldwin took to his Twitter to express how he felt about Peyser’s column.
“Everyone who breathes air knows the Post is the worst newspaper in human history … But shame on them for politicizing a criminal case … and shame on the morally bankrupt partisan trash Andrea Peyser, who demeans all women by inferring that a charge of criminal harassment is overkill when the defendant is a woman. The ‘lovesick’ defence.”
Baldwin has since deleted his series of tweets, but luckily The Hollywood Reporter caught them before they vanished:
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