Actor Randy Quaid went on a salacious YouTube rant against Rupert Murdoch and his holdings Monday.
“Hi, I’m Randy Quaid and this is my wife, Evi. I helped media giants News Corp. and Warner Bros. earn well over a billion dollars for the films ‘Independence Day’ and ‘Christmas Vacation,'” Quaid begins alongside his bikini-clad wife in a since-deleted video.
Quaid, who played Russell Casse in “Independence Day” and Eddie in “Christmas Vacation,” goes on to list his grievances.
“What did I get in return?” he asked, claiming a Warner Bros. executive “stole his house” and the New York Post “smears him to high heaven with a pack of lies.”
The actor goes on to claim Warner Bros. had him and his wife “falsely arrested six times by TMZ.”
“Hashtag PMC … police media corruption,” he says with escalating irritation.
“So how do we retaliate?” he asks, opening up his jacket to reveal the shirt he wore in “Independence Day,” adding that Rupert Murdoch still hasn’t paid him for his work.
“So Rupert, you wanna fuck me? I’m going to fuck you,” Quaid concludes before beckoning his wife to his side.
Evi then dons a Rupert Murdoch mask, assumes an intimate position, and Quaid simulates his aforementioned threat. A request for comment was not immediately returned.
Quaid has run afoul of comprehension before. In 2010, he and his wife sought refugee status in Canada, claiming “Hollywood star whackers” threatened their lives. Their request was denied in 2013.