Look, as I mentioned before, we all make mistakes and people have hurt people and feel bad about it when it’s their fault. It’s a real thing. Alec made a mistake and he apologised, it just doesn’t mean he should be making out like I did something big and not saying anything. It is the contract, I know. They said, well, we’re going to hire someone else, right? It’s a liability issue for everybody. This has been a circus, you can see the circus. I brought on – I don’t want to call it a gang – they were actors that had a guy over there with a frickin’ bazooka. The guards were crying from the big guns and they had an AK-47, goddamn. These are animals. And they have it out and they were shooting and I saw the muzzle flash go off and then I just pretended that I was at home in my bedroom getting ready for bed, trying to make it not as real as it was. I couldn’t do anything, because I didn’t have a permit, which I’ve been told about a million times over the years. I was fighting for it on one level. I’m good with my arm. I’m a steelworker in Pittsburgh, I’ve got 200 years of practice.
In a nutshell, we were all afraid [Baldwin] was going to go over that wall and harm me, which he did, and I’m genuinely, I mean, I have regrets about that, I did nothing wrong and that was the experience I had. I’m still sorry I brought those people in, but that’s the reality.