Alec Baldwin claimed in his new memoir "Nevertheless" he wasn't told he shot a sex scene with an underage actress. But the producer he accused of lying fired back in a lengthy tweetstorm.
Baldwin wrote that while shooting "Mini's First Time," a 2006 indie film, he shot a sex scene with Nikki Reed, then later found out she was 17 years old, Decider reports.
Producer Dana Brunetti said Reed was actually 16 at the time and that Baldwin had never yelled at producers about her age.
When I found out, just as we finished, that she was seventeen, I flipped out on the producers, who had told me something different.
Brunetti fired fired back, saying Baldwin had approved Reed being casted.
He also said Baldwin had never "flipped out."
He said other producers could back up his story.
He even took a shot at Baldwin's now-iconic Trump impersonation.
He also snarkily requested a copy of Baldwin's upcoming book.
Baldwin has yet to respond to Brunetti's claims.
Brunetti is the president of Kevin Spacey's production company, Trigger Street Productions.
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