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Alec Baldwin’s NYC scuffle with anti-Israel agitator ‘Crackhead Barney’ seen in new photos

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Alec Baldwin’s scuffle with a loud anti-Israel agitator at a New York cafe spilled onto the sidewalk, new photos obtained by The Post.

An angry Baldwin, 66, was seen wrestling with the woman outside the front door and on the stoop of Maman, an upscale cafe on University Place in Greenwich Village, after she attacked him. approached inside on Monday and asked her to declare “Free Palestine” as she filmed it.

Footage of the encounter, first posted online by the woman herself, was cut off after Baldwin touched her phone – and new photos appear to show him snatching the phone from her hands and throwing it away. ‘use to kick her out of the cafe.

Crackhead Barney and Alec Baldwin argue over his phone outside New York City cafe on Monday.

The scene from outside Mom appeared to show the Emmy winner holding the woman’s phone out of her reach as she raised her arms afterwards.

They made it down the stairs with difficulty before the woman got her hands on the device.

Baldwin appeared to have snatched Crackhead Barney’s phone out of his hands before the angry Emmy winner left.

Baldwin, furious, then fled down the sidewalk, coffee and car keys in hand.

The agitator is identified only as “Crackhead Barney,” a far-left activist known for his tense interviews and scandalous public performances.

In his original video, Crackhead Barney approached Baldwin and asked him to say “Free Palestine” while he was talking on the phone and waiting for his order.

Baldwin appeared to keep Crackhead Barney’s phone away as he tried to get her to leave.

“Alec, can you please say ‘Free Palestine’ once?” she asked him several times, before promising to leave him alone if he just said it once.

As he walked towards the door shaking his head, she added: “’Fk Israel, fk Zionism. »

“Why did you kill this lady? You killed this lady and you didn’t get any jail time,” she said at one point, referring to the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was killed on the filming of Baldwin’s film “Rust” when a prop gun he was shooting ended up loaded with live ammunition.

Crackhead Barney approached Baldwin and asked him to say “Free Palestine” inside the cafe.
As he walked towards the door shaking his head, she added: “’Fk Israel, fk Zionism. »

After Baldwin ushered Crackhead Barney out of the restaurant, he locked the door to prevent him from entering, the footage she posted showed.

She then wandered outside talking about how Baldwin “assaulted me, I should press charges,” while calling passersby racists and “Zionist bitches.”

Crackhead Barney has almost 100,000 followers on Instagram.

Baldwin’s confrontation with Crackhead Barney was not the first time he was targeted by anti-Israel protesters. Twitter/CrackheadBarney&Friends

In her recent videos, she largely insults cops and tells pro-Israel protesters things like, “You know they’re not coming home, right?” » referring to the hostages kidnapped by Hamas.

Baldwin’s confrontation with Crackhead Barney was not the first time he was targeted by anti-Israel protesters.

In December, he was surrounded by protesters on the sidewalk who asked whether he condemned Israel for its response to the October 7 Hamas attack.

In December, he was surrounded by protesters on the sidewalk who asked whether he condemned Israel for its response to the October 7 Hamas attack. Twitter/CrackheadBarney&Friends

He refused to address Israel and instead said: “I support peace for Gaza.”

“Fuck you,” one protester shouted in response.




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