The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is reportedly investigating Alec Baldwin’s alleged racial exchange with a black photographer.
The “New York Post” says investigators interviewed the photographer and a reporter about the weekend incident. The “Post” identified the photographer as retired NYPD detective G.N. Miller. The paper says Miller told police Baldwin called him a “crackhead” and a “drug dealer” along with several racial epithets. The 54-year-old actor filed a complaint alleging that Miller pushed him in a confrontation outside Baldwin’s East Village apartment building Sunday.