Alec Baldwin Reprimanded on American Airlines Flight

Sheila Marikar
ABC News

Alec Baldwin loves Words With Friends.

Alec Baldwin's love for a Scrabble-like iPhone game got him "reamed out" on an American Airlines flight today.

"Flight attendant on American reamed me out 4 playing WORDS W FRIENDS while we sat at the gate, not moving," he tweeted Tuesday afternoon, along with the hashtag, " #nowonderamericaairisbankrupt"

Reps for Baldwin and American Airlines declined to comment on the incident.

Tweets about the "30 Rock" star getting kicked off an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to New York began circulating this afternoon. The passenger who tweeted that he saw Baldwin getting kicked off, author Grant Cardone, said he was "told by an AA authority" that the actor was booted because he "Didn't have his Capitol One Card and [was] Abusive to attendant." (Baldwin appears in Capital One credit card commercials.)

Baldwin's temper has gotten the better of him before. In 2007, he infamously left a voice mail for his young daughter calling her a "rude, thoughtless little pig." He later apologized and wrote a book inspired by the incident.