A former "Saturday Night Live" cast member took to Twitter to attack a former castmate on the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Former "SNL” comedian Colin Quinn tweeted a number of complaints against Will Ferrell, the story reports.
The complaints started off with Quinn griping about Ferrell winning the Mark Twain Award, noting: "Great for him I guess," the story says. Quinn went on to write, “No, I’m happy for Will….we never really got along at SNL because he took so many of my ideas, but..,” the piece adds.
Then Quinn alleged that Ferrell is a drug user, writing: “Will was into a lot of bad drug stuff and I don’t know if he still is. Actually, not true I happen to know he still is very much so.”
Later, Quinn wrote: "Feel bad about the Will Ferrell comments." But he also implied that Ferrell stole the idea for “Anchorman.”
Quinn also was critical of “SNL” creator and producer Lorne Michaels, according to the report.
It wasn’t clear whether his comments were a satire, the story notes.