Transcript for Alec Baldwin 'Done With' Public Life
Baldwin -- for the first time is saying he is done with public life and in a very long -- in New York magazine titled I give up. Baldwin denies being homophobic. I -- part of his latest rant stemming from a run in with the photographer here in New York late last year the photographer accused Coleman of using an anti gay slur but Coleman denies doing so. Among the other revelations in Baldwin's as say he says he can't live in the Big Apple anymore because it's full of paparazzi and people with camera phones that invade his privacy. They says he have to move his family of Los Angeles for more privacy. And he says he despises the media and a way he didn't think possible. Lastly Baldwin says his essay is the last time he's going to talk about his personal life in an American publication. Ever can -- please -- him to that. Never say never I gotta feeling he's gonna move back to New York Sunday and we're gonna hear a lot from. Jesse art that has people with Smartphones taking pictures and how I -- it -- -- Angeles you have these you know these gated communities is walled communities we have a little more protection at least when your -- Have had your whole -- I'm guessing.
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