Alec Baldwin apparently is thinking of moving out of New York. The actor, who recently made headlines because he threw gay slur at a paparazzo, hinted at leaving New York in a new interview with The Gothamist.
"Public life now, it is just, it is horrible. It is horrible. It's so awful," Baldwin said. When asked if he was thinking of leaving, the "30 Rock" star replied, "New York is just... I go out the door of my house, every day there's all these photographers here. We have a little baby, you think I want my kid raised like that?"
"My ex wife raised my other daughter in Los Angeles. What does Los Angeles mean, what does it signify? It means gated living. You pull up to a gate you go behind a wall and you're done with it. You get out of valet parking you go into a restaurant you're on private property. Your feet never touch public land! I think to myself there's so many other places to live to be happy. You know, Bloomberg doesn't want people to drink big sodas, but he wants to make sure those paparazzi have the right to have their lenses five feet from my daughter's head," he continued.
"You know something, I don't know what the answer is as far as career and life, but I know I have to walk down completely different routes, I just do. I have to walk down completely different routes. I feel like you just become... what you're doing is paddling against the current," he concluded.
Earlier this month, Baldwin was reported throwing gay epithet at a photographer which resulted in the suspension of his show, "Up Late with Alec Baldwin". The actor has apologized for his action, but earlier this week MSNBC and the actor's camp announced that they would go separate ways.