Suits actor Rick Hoffman has been caught in a boozy, curse-filled blowup outside a Toronto nightclub – and only RadarOnline has the video.
"Yo! Louis Litt is going hard, dog!" one onlooker can be heard saying as Hoffman, 46, is seemingly restrained from attacking a woman while yelling, "You whore! You whore!"
The video was filmed in the early morning hours of July 9 outside a Toronto, Canada, lounge called 70 Down, an eyewitness told Radar.
According to the source, Hoffman — who plays smooth-talking, Harvard-educated lawyer Louis Litt on the USA Network show — was frog-marched out of the club by a bouncer after an incident inside.
"People were jeering him," said the source. "The bouncers were pulling him by the arms and pushing against his chest to get him out."
"He wanted to fight and wanted to hurt people. And the bouncer was doing his best to calm him down and tell him to go home and relax, and Hoffman was really unhinged. He had a lot of anger … and hate."
Alex Saddiqui, the owner of 70 Down, told Radar just what happened inside to set him off.
"He had one too many and he tried to pick up a few women with the line, 'I'm Rick Hoffman from Suits,'" Saddiqui revealed.
"He was there early from 8 p.m. and he came in a very good guy and a gentleman and after a few ... The incident didn't take place until 1 or 1:30 in the morning," the club owner said. "I was behind bar the bar when it happened.
"He tried to pick up the ladies and that didn't go too well for him," Saddiqui claimed. "He said who he was and they didn't give a sh*t and he got very persistent, almost violent. His entourage said, 'This is our city.' The guy is from New York! At that point, I was, like, alright, pack up your sh*t and get out of here."
But it didn't end there.
"He threatened the bouncer who took him out," Saddiqui said.
The incident occurred just four days before the Suits Season 6 premiere. Although the show is set in New York City, filming occurs in Toronto, likely explaining Hoffman's presence in the city.
In the sensational video of what went down, an irate Hoffman is seen trying to convince a second bouncer to fetch the coworker who had removed him from the club.
"Get him out here! And I'll go to jail. Just get him out here. I want to nail that motherf****r! Get him out!" Hoffman yelled.
"Let's try and do this some other way," the bouncer calmly told Hoffman.
"I don't care. I have a broken leg. I want him dead, because he's a f*****g a**hole," Hoffman replied, before seemingly — and outrageously — trying to link the bouncer to a series of recent unsolved Toronto murders.
"That's the guy that kills people around … That's the guy! You're working with him right now. And he looks at you with dead eyes," Hoffman said.
In the end, Hoffman departed with a group of three friends, one a woman, the source said.
Calls to the club were not immediately returned. Radar also reached out to Toronto police, who said they did not respond to 70 Down that weekend.