Alec Baldwin Faces Another Big Blow, This Time a Fallen Marine’s Family is Taking Him Down

Alec Baldwin Faces Another Big Blow, This Time a Fallen Marine’s Family is Taking Him Down

If Alec Baldwin thought the hits were done coming, he was very wrong.

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Baldwin just took another brutal blow, and it’s not related to the “Rust” nightmare.

This time he’s being sued by the family of a fallen Marine.

It’s the family of a Wyoming Marine who was killed in a suicide bombing last year.

That family is now suing Alec Baldwin for $25 million over his nasty and dangerous posts on social media that turned their lives upside down.

LCpl Riley McCollum was killed in Afghanistan on August 26 when a suicide bomber attacked his unit.

Riley’s sister and widow are both named as plaintiffs in the lawsuit.

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After Riley’s death, the family created a GoFundMe for his widow and soon-to-be-born child.

Baldwin found out about the GoFundMe and sent McCollum’s sister a check for $5,000 which he called “a tribute to a fallen soldier.”

The lawsuit state’s that later, Baldwin found out that Riley’s sister was at the January 6th protest. She was present at the demonstration but did not partake in the melee.

An FBI investigation cleared her of any wrongdoing, according to the lawsuit.

But, Baldwin’s “kind gesture” twisted into a total nightmare for Riley’s family when he came totally unglued about Riley’s sister being at the January 6th protest.

And as with all things “Alec,” he flipped out like a nut job and made the family’s life a living hell.

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K2 Radio reported on what transpired between Alec and the fallen Marine’s sister on social media:

The following exchange between Baldwin and McCollum’s sister ensued over direct messages:

Baldwin: When I sent you the $ for your late brother, out of real respect for his service to our country, I didn’t know you were a January 6 rioter.

Sister: “Protesting is perfectly legal in the country and I’ve already had my sitdown with the FBI. Thanks, have a nice day!”

Baldwin: I don’t think so. Your activities resulted in the unlawful destruction of goverment property, the death of a law enforcement officer, an assault on the certification of the presidential election. I reposted your photo. Good luck.”

The suit claims within 20 minutes of Baldwin’s reposting McCollum’s sister’s post at the Capitol, McCollum’s sister began to get hostile, aggressive and hateful messages from Baldwin’s followers.

Examples of messages McCollum’s sister received include, “Get raped and die, worthless c***. Your brother got what he deserved,” and “Your brother fought for oil. #hopethishelps.”

According to the suit, Baldwin should have known better than to expose a private person to his 2.4 million Instagram followers.

In a public reply to McCollum’s sister, Baldwin wrote the following:

“Irony was my point. The irony of sincerly wanting to honor your brother and the fact that you are in [sic] insurrectionist. Irony: ‘the use of word [sic] that mean the opposite of what you really think in order to be funny.’ (Merriam Webster).”

“Baldwin’s comments were false, outrageous, defamatory, irresponsible, vindictive and caused — and continue to cause — plaintiffs severe emotional distress,” the lawsuit states. “Instead of being able to focus on grieving LCpl. McCollum’s death and raising his newborn daughter, plaintiffs and their family are now fearful for their lives. Plaintiffs have suffered from headaches, nausea, inability to sleep, severe anxiety, severe mental distress, fear for their lives and the life of (redacted), and continue to suffer as a result of Baldwin’s conduct.”

Just when you think, “Hey that was a nice thing for Alec to do…”, he goes and ruins it by literally harassing, bullying, and trying to destroy this Goldstar family.

Alec Baldwin has a really serious “rage problem,” and very little empathy for anyone who he feels isn’t “behaving” correctly.

He’s a control freak. And a mean one, to boot.

His poor kids, right?

And this type of behavior really makes you wonder what actually happened that day on the “Rust” set, doesn’t it?

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