A former co-star of Sean Penn isn't a fan of the actor and let him know it when she bumped into him at LAX. Maria Conchita Alonso confronted Sean on Sunday and neither side is ready to apologize for the words they exchanged.
Here's how it all went down!
Maria opened up about the encounter to Washington, D.C. radio station WMAL and explained that she spotted Sean while picking up her mother at the airport.
"I was very calm," Maria recalled. "I said, 'I would like to talk to you.' He said, 'Oh, it's you. I have nothing to say to you. You speak badly about me.' I said, 'No, I don't. I just say the truth. That you are a friend of Chavez and that [you say] he's a good man. And that's a lie. How can you do that?' "
The actress, who starred in the 1988 film Colors with Sean, wrote an open letter to him last year criticizing his alliance with Hugo Chavez.
"He said, 'You are a pig!' " she continued. "So I said, 'And you are a Communist a**hole!' "
Maria eventually apologized for calling Sean an a**hole, but not a Communist.
"I am apologizing for that word right now," she said. "But I'm not apologizing for calling him a Communist, because that's what he is."
Sean, however, did not apologize. He told The New York Post's Page Six, “I only knew that a hostile woman was nonsensically berating me. I didn’t realize it was that actress. I think I worked with her once. But she looks really different. She was uninformed and impolite to all the other passengers.”
Ouch! Looks like this feud may not be over yet!