When Dr. Phil isn't on your side, you know you have made a big mistake.
More people are coming out and publicly defaming Alec Baldwin after his infamous answering machine message to his 11-year-old daughter. The Hollywood star called Ireland, his child with ex-wife Kim Basinger, a "rude little pig" when he failed to reach her by phone.
Dr. Phil, who deals with some questionable people on his talk show, told Jay Leno that he was not impressed by Alec's rant.
He said, "Baldwin said some things in frustration and in a temper tantrum. I said to him 'it's absolutely unacceptable.'"
Another member of the Hollywood community is unforgiving of Alec.
His director on the 1991 film "The Marrying Man," the movie he met Kim on, says that nothing could make him work with the star again.
David Permut recently told Page Six, "It all kind of brings it to the surface again for me personally. If I were homeless on the streets and had a tin cup in my hand and somebody pulled me off the sidewalk and offered me a script to produce with Alec Baldwin committed to starring in it, I'd pass."
According to David, Alec is just like some of his most successful film roles.
He continued, "When he plays a no-good f**k, he excels. My personal feeling is that when he has to portray anybody with some vulnerability and sensitivity, I don't think the audience buys it."
Alec has been trying to garner public sympathy since the message was made public.