In an incident that was captured on video Thursday, actor and MSNBC host Alec Baldwin apparently chased down and threatened a photographer outside his Manhattan apartment shortly after his stalker was found guilty in court, reports TMZ.com.
Baldwin earned a rebuke from GLAAD over the incident, in which he reportedly chased the photographer and called him "a c**ksucking f*g," the story says.
A spokesperson for GLAAD condemned the use of the slur, telling the publication, "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."
But Baldwin claims he actually didn’t use the gay slur. Instead, he says he actually called the photographer a "fathead," according to TheWrap.com.
On Twitter, Baldwin wrote, "Anti-gay slurs are wrong. They not only offend, but threaten hard fought tolerance of LGBT rights."
Baldwin apologized to GLAAD earlier this year after he called a Daily Mail reporter a "queen" and threatened to beat him, as previously reported.