You would think this jerk would dummy up and let law enforcement do their job. No, can’t have that. Instead, the deranged Alec Baldwin figures it would be a good idea to taunt the emotionally unstable woman allegedly stalking him.
What a couple of twits!
TV blowhard Alec Baldwin and his yoga-teacher fiancée took to Twitter yesterday to mock the lovesick French Canadian actress who was busted for allegedly stalking him.
“Isn’t it odd when an accused stalker is in handcuffs, being taken away by the cops, yet smiles for the cameras?” Baldwin snarkily tweeted about Genevieve Sabourin’s “perp walk” photo on Page 1 of yesterday’s Post.
Last night, he took another shot: “My friend’s text: The last women to smile with handcuffs on were the manson girls.”
And his gorgeous fiancée, Hilaria Thomas, 28, piled on.
“Life stops when u let crazy people dictate ur activities,” Thomas tweeted in response to someone suggesting that it wasn’t safe to post her teaching schedule online.
And the lovebirds exchanged tweets of mutual devotion, despite Sabourin’s claim that she and Baldwin had a hot-and-heavy affair that continued after he started dating the Mallorca-born beauty last May.
“I am lucky and grateful in my life now, no matter what the motivations of certain others,” the “30 Rock” star tweeted to Thomas.
“It’s a 2way st amor,” she purred back.
Sources said the couple will head to Rome today for the premier of Baldwin’s flick “To Rome with Love.”
Here is a guy I barely know, but would love to know infinitely better, provided that rubber gloves are involved. You don’t know where he’s been.
Already, Alec and I have moved from near-strangers to mortal enemies and into what he calls a “casual’’ relationship with the truth. My heart be still!
Now I know the truth. Alec Baldwin’s no insufferable stinker. No entitled, self-absorbed, arrogant putz, as everyone with working brain cells believed.
So when I called Alec a “blowhard known to be brutal to flight attendants, airplane bathroom stalls and terrified minor children,’’ I meant it in a good way.
His volcanic temper, which got him thrown off an American Airlines jet for refusing to turn off his cellphone, isn’t just aimed at lowly flight attendants and bathroom stalls, the door of which he pounded with full force in a fit of pique. You weren’t there. How do you know who hit first?