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Fellow actor Mia Farrow is coming to the defense of Alec Baldwin after his tumultuous run-in with New York Post staffers.
The 30 Rock star’s peer and friend, Farrow, took to her Twitter account to clear up the allegations that Baldwin had spewed racial slurs at photographer G.N. Miller outside of his wife’s yoga studio.
“I know (Alec Baldwin). Let me be CLEAR, he is no racist,” Farrow wrote, San Francisco Gate reports.
Baldwin’s co-star, Tracy Morgan, also spoke about the incident when he was on radio show Drex & Maney. “If (Baldwin) called somebody a [bleep], he should apologize. … That goes for anybody. If another black person calls somebody a [bleep], he should apologize. … If he did it,” he said, saying he should apologize if he did say a racial slur.
As we previously reported, however, an audio recording of the scuffle that was studied found that Baldwin didn’t say anything racist.
Baldwin was being questioned by the Post because of a lawsuit filed against his wife, Hilaria Thomas, by one of her yoga students, Spencer Wolff, who said he got “severe” injuries after falling and shattering a window due to an overcrowded studio.