Hollywood talent executive David Weintraub slammed former pro-baseball bigwig Alex Rodriguez as a “ruthless clout chaser” and threatened to take legal action for allegedly using “illegally recorded conversations,” 

Weintraub, the owner and CEO of DWE Talent, allegedly posted a series of Instagram photos in which he called Rodriguez out, in part for his role on CNBC show “Back in the Game.”

The photos were no longer viewable to the public at the time of publication.

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Weintraub further described the show as “totally scripted” and saying Rodriguez, who often goes by A-Rod, is “pretending” and has “no idea what he is talking about,” Page Six reported.

Weintraub and his business partner, “Baywatch” actress Nicole Eggert, allegedly had plans to work with Rogriguez and use one of her budding ventures to kickstart the CNBC show, according to Page Six, but their plans reportedly did not pan out accordingly.

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