(NEW YORK) -- Alec Baldwin's public war on the paparazzi has landed him in hot water once again after the actor used an anti-gay epithet during a verbal altercation with a photographer, and yelled at a female reporter on Friday.
Baldwin later posted an apology on the MSNBC website saying, "I did not intend to hurt or offend anyone with my choice of words, but clearly I have."
While the 30 Rock star's outburst may make for good headlines, it's less helpful for his new television show. MSNBC suspended Up Late with Alec Baldwin on Friday after the outburst.
This comes just one day after Baldwin's alleged stalker was sentenced in a New York court. On Thursday, Judge Robert Mandelbaum sentenced 41-year-old Genevieve Sabourin, who was accused of harassing and stalking the actor, to 210 days in jail. Sabourin also must stay away from Baldwin after she is released.
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