Mount Baldwin has erupted again.

Alec Baldwin deleted his Twitter account after going nuts on a reporter from the U.K.'s Daily Mail. That came after a Mail reporter wrote that Baldwin's wife, Hilaria Baldwin, was tweeting "upbeat posts" during James Gandolfini's funeral Thursday.

Before shutting his account down, Baldwin attacked reporter George Stark in a series of tweets. According to Buzzfeed, Baldwin called him a "toxic little queen" and threatened "I Am gonna (expletive) you up."

"My wife and I attend a funeral to pay our respects to an old friend, and some toxic Brit writes this (expletive) trash," he wrote. "My wife DID NOT use her phone, in any capacity, at our friend's funeral. Now (expletive) this twitter + good luck to all of you who know the truth."

Remember the good old days, when men threatened each other privately?

According to E! News, Baldwin also fired his publicist during his explosion.

Stark basically accused Hilaria of violating funeral etiquette. "The pregnant yoga instructor's social media feed was full of upbeat posts while the Sopranos star's friends, family and co-stars were gripped with grief at a New York Catholic Church."

Stark's evidence were tweets from Hilaria about wedding anniversary gifts and an upcoming appearance on Rachael Ray's show.

Hilaria responded by tweeting, "Here is some info... When someone tweets something at a certain time, and you retweet it later, it posts the TIME the first person tweeted."

Ouch.

It's not the first time Baldwin has quit Twitter after going nuclear. He quit the site in December 2011 after ranting about American Airlines. Then, shortly after marrying Hilaria in July 2012, Baldwin quit Twitter with a message that said, "It's been fun."

The couple released a statement Thursday, saying, "It's disgraceful that a reporter would manufacture and publish a story and not call for comment or explanation -- especially when it's intended to take away attention from honoring the memory of a beloved figure like James Gandolfini. There are multiple witnesses to the fact that Hilaria left her phone in the car and wouldn't, couldn't, and didn't tweet during the service ... . And as for the tweets --1) some of the time stamps in the report were wrong because he listed the time of the original tweet not the retweet 2) she left early and wasn't in the service at the time of tweeting 3) it's possible that a previously scheduled tweet wasn't canceled."

Just so you know, all the grammar in that statement was Alec Baldwin's doing.

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