Alec Baldwin to write book on “parental alienation”
Alec Baldwin has made his way back into the headlines with the nasty voicemail message that he left for his daughter Ireland calling her a "thoughtless little pig." Now, Baldwin says he is going to write a book to help other parents who may also find themselves "alienated" by a former spouse.
Baldwin told Barbara Walters and Rosie O'Donnell, on The View, that he wanted to devote his life to exposing the injustices perpetrated on divorced fathers, and that he hoped to publish a book this year on divorce litigation.
Baldwin and ex-wife Kim Basinger split in 2000 and have continued to fight over custody of Ireland since.
Alec also expressed his anger for gossip tabloids who have aired his dirty laundry.
"Everybody who works in tabloid media are people who are filled with self-hatred and shame," he said. "And the way that they manage those feelings is that they destroy the lives of other people and reveal your secrets."
Gossip site, TMZ.blog, released the voicemail from Alec to Ireland. The item has turned out to be just as controversial as Don Imus' racial remarks on his radio program that led to his demise.