Alec Baldwin's ex Kim Basinger is finally firing back, publicly addressing the now infamous voicemail that Alec left their daughter, Ireland.
In a statement to “Extra,” Kim made it known that she wants Alec to “finally address his unstable and irrational behavior.”
Basinger also claimed she “did not release the voicemail,” but pointed out, “The voicemail was not sealed under a court order.”
As the already ugly divorce gets uglier, “Extra” sought the observation of David Crausman, director of clinical psychotherapy at LA.'s Center for Healthful Living, and he revealed he's most worried about the couple's 11-year-old daughter.
"Both Alec and Kim have gone at each other using their daughter as a pawn for power. It leaves Ireland in the middle,” Crausman said. “[Ireland's] left alone and probably doesn't know how to cope with the intensity of the feelings on both sides."
Just last year, Kim told our own Dayna Devon what she is teaching Ireland about coping with life in a fishbowl.
“You will see this stuff, you will read this stuff, you will hear this stuff at school; but in the end, it will be your truth that matters,” Kim said.
As Hollywood's messiest divorce continues the mudslinging, the stars are stepping up to defend Alec… including “Dancing with the Stars” alum Joey Lawrence.
“He's a pretty excitable guy, as history has it,” Lawrence said. “So when anything like this comes up, unfortunately, he doesn't get the benefit of the doubt.”
Baldwin also has a fan in Sarah Michelle Gellar, his co-star in his new movie “Suburban Girl.”
"He's incredible,” she said. “He's an actor that I've admired for so long.”