There's no (invisible) army stronger than a Twitter army, and Alec Baldwin knows that.
Giving a whole new meaning to words with friends, the 30 Rock actor called upon his fellow social media enthusiasts late Tuesday night to tweet an alleged stalker who was sending harassing messages to his girlfriend Hilaria Thomas.
"I have some wonderful, fully engaged and, sometimes critical people that I encounter here," Baldwin wrote, "Some of them, very few in fact, cross a line and, for example, attack my relationship with my daughter. One person, however, has really gone too far."
Baldwin put the person on blast by giving out the Twitter handle, @scarfacemadam, and said that the person "has entered the twitter-verse ONLY to harass my girlfriend" in a way "that is borderline threatening." So he asked his followers to "go to her address, and read just a few of her posts, and give her your notice of her behavior."
Did they do it? And did it work?
Multiple Baldwin fans tweeted the Twitter user with things like, "U r beyond creepy & downright disturbing. Stop harassing @alecbaldwin GF & seek psychiatric attention! (You've been served)," and, "You must be a very angry and lonely person to obsess over the choices another woman has made for herself. Tried counseling?"
Afterwards, the alleged harasser deleted his/her profile. And Baldwin (who has so far declined to further comment on the matter) deleted most of his tweets calling for the action.