Vincent Gallo Disses Christina Ricci

Model, actor-director and sometimes singer Vincent Gallo has a very good memory … and very, very loose lips to match. Gallo, who wrote, directed and starred in the darling indie film “Buffalo 66” in 1998, has reportedly talked smack about Christina Ricci, his co-star in the film, to a New York Post Page Six columnist, according to a Mr. Showbiz report.

“It was OK when she wasn’t drunk on the set. I think she’s an alcoholic — it was either that, or she was on cough syrup the whole time,” Gallo allegedly said about Ricci.

Hold on, it gets better.

“I don’t like her,” Gallo reportedly blabbered on. “She’s an ungrateful c***. But it was OK. She’s basically a puppet. I told her what to do, and she did it.”

And better.

“She lost 17 pounds, and that was because I only let her eat one whole pizza pie every day,” he said.

And as if the above statements are not disturbing enough, Gallo reportedly went on to declare himself a George W. Bush loyalist.

“I really hope Bush wins,” Gallo said. “He’s a good American.”

In response to Gallo‘s malicious words, Ricci‘s camp has this to say.

“I’ve never heard Christina say anything but nice things about Vincent, so I’m not sure why he’s saying these things,” the actress’s rep reportedly told the Post. “Maybe he’s trying to get into the papers.”