The '30 Rock' actor is defending his wife against claims that she tweeted during James Gandolfini's funeral service.
Emmy Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin has made the headlines once again, no thanks to his bad temper. The 55-year-old father-to be just went on a Twitter rampage, lashing out at Daily Mail reporter George Stark for claiming that his pregnant wife Hilaria Thomas was tweeting while attending the funeral service of actor James Gandolfini on Thursday, June 27.
"Someone wrote that my wife was tweeting at a funeral. Hey. That's not true. But I'm gonna tweet at your funeral," Baldwin tweeted, kicking of a series of cruel messages, calling Stark a "lying little b*tch" and a "toxic little queen." He even went to lengths of threatening the showbiz reporter with "I'm gonna find you" and "f**k...you...up."
For her part, Thomas tried to pull a "your word against mine" over Stark by saying, "I don't believe in bringing phones into a funeral and I never did and I never would." She then tried to discredit him by tweeting, "I don't know what hurts more: people randomly and maliciously writing lies about you, or the people who actually believe them."
But despite the Baldwins' aggressive tone, the Daily Mail is standing by their reporter and his story, saying that the yoga instructor tweeted about Rachael Ray and anniversary gifts while Gandolfini's family and friends were grieving at a Catholic church in New York. However, Thomas' representative insists, "She didn't have her phone with her during the service and she didn't tweet anything til they had left," adding that "she retweeted people who had tweeted at those times," which explains the timestamps on the messages.