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Alec Baldwin Rants, Deletes Twitter Account Again

Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Alec Baldwin has deleted his Twitter account again after losing his temper again, this time in a foul-mouthed, homophobic rant against a Daily Mail reporter on Thursday.

Reporter George Stark had written a story that Baldwin's pregnant wife Hilaria was tweeting, "about Rachael Ray and anniversary gifts during James Gandolfini's funeral" Thursday in New York City.

Baldwin, whose temper is already well known, went off on Stark, at first tweeting that his wife, "DID NOT use her phone in any capacity at our friends funeral," then launching into personal attacks against Stark, saying things like, "I'm going to find you, George Stark, you toxic little queen, and I'm gonna fu** you up."

Saying he was fed up with the "blatant lies" being written about him and his 29-year-old fiancee, Baldwin also implored his followers to "straighten out" Stark, who he called a "little bit**."  The actor also said about the reporter, "I'm gonna tweet at your funeral." 

Followers took screen captures of Baldwin's posts before he deleted his account.

The Daily Mail compared the timeline of tweets Hilaria had sent, noting that they appear to have taken place while the service was still going on.  A caption of a screen capture clipped by the paper noted, "Time stamps: James' funeral started at 10am - Hilaria's tweeted at 8.47 am, 9.53 a.m., 10.17 am and 11.09am."

However, the New York Daily News reports that Baldwin insists they left the service early because his wife was feeling faint, and they tweeted on the car ride home.

The actor last deleted his account back in July of last year, after admitting he wanted to "gut" TMZ boss Harvey Levin for airing ferociously foul-mouthed voicemails the actor left for his daughter, Ireland.

"I wanted to stick a knife in him and gut him and kill him, and I wanted him to die breathing his last breath looking into my eyes," said Baldwin in an interview with Vanity Fair.  That time, Baldwin's pause from the social media site only lasted a few days.

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