‘The Walking Dead’ News 2015: Actor Blames His Erratic Train Behavior On ‘Built Up Frustration’ Surrounding Freddie Grey’s Death [VIDEO]

Famous actor Chad L. Coleman went completely ballistic on an NYC Subway train on Friday according to TMZ, and in some new footage obtained by the site it's clear that the super star may be going crazy.

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In the video, the actor, who once starred in HBO's The Wire and AMC's The Walking Dead, is screaming at the top of his lungs that America needs more humanitarians.

The three and half minute rant, which can be heard below, was a result of some train riders referring to the actor as a n---a.

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According to the site, "We spoke with Coleman, who told us he heard a guy and a girl on the train talking, trying to figure out where they knew him. He says the guy told the girl, 'No, we don't know that n*****,' and that set him off."

On Sunday, the site reported that since his crazy rant, the actor has issued an apology and he's blaming his erratic three-minute speech on "built up frustration" caused by the Freddie Gray death in Maryland.

Grey was a 25- year- old African American man who was arrested by the Baltimore Police Department and while being transported in a police van, he fell into a coma and later died due to injuries allegedly sustained by his arrest. 

While he still stands by his message, the actor says that he regrets getting loud on the train and causing a scene and he's not proud because he was unable to control his emotions.

As reported by TMZ, Coleman says that he was irritated after he overheard a racial slur but he insists that he was completely sober.

Coleman's character Tyreese was killed off during the season five mid season opener after he was attacked by a group of walkers.

After his shocking death, fans of the show were outraged and beyond sad to see the beloved character go and it's clear that he is missed. 

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