After Alec Baldwin’s meltdown, wife Hilaria calls for ‘peace and acceptance,’ would ‘like a real apology’

Apparently Twittercide isn’t a Baldwin family affair.

Actor Alec Baldwin deleted his Twitter account (again) after a massive meltdown laced with anti-gay slurs aimed at Daily Mail writer George Stark. Baldwin’s “toxic little queen” rant was prompted by a report that his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, tweeted about Rachael Ray and anniversary gifts during James Gandolfini’s funeral.

Mrs. Baldwin took to Twitter to defend her out-of-control hubby and make a plea for “peace and acceptance.” No mention of the “acceptance” Alec showed when he told “lying little bitch” Stark, “I’m gonna f*ck…you…up.”

Hilaria maintains that she did not tweet during the funeral.

She also retweeted these tweets, which appear to substantiate her claim.

The Daily Mail published screen shots of tweets and reported that they were sent at “8.47am, 9.53am, 10.17am and 11.09am.” However, the timestamps are three hours later, indicating that the tweets may have been sent after the 10 a.m. funeral.

The Daily Mail is seeking “urgent clarification from Twitter as to when Mrs Baldwin’s tweets were posted.”

Hilaria may be owed an apology, but calling for “peace and acceptance” after Alec’s freakout is too rich. How ’bout a little “peace and acceptance” from rage-juiced Alec?

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