Scaramucci allegedly 'yelling' at Page Six reporters after being spotted with Fox News' Kimberly Guilfoyle

Anthony Scaramucci is reportedly very unhappy that Page Six reporters spilled details of a supposed secret meet-up with Fox News' Kimberly Guilfoyle.

"Scaramucci is so upset about being spotted he's calling around the newsroom yelling," tweeted Page Six editor Emily Smith.

Scaramucci was seen having an "intimate" conversation with Guilfoyle on Thursday, the outlet reported: "They were standing inches apart, and they were keeping their voices low. The conversation sounded serious."

The story included few additional details -- it doesn't even mention where they were seen together -- but it was enough to infuriate Scaramucci, whose wife called off their divorce a few months ago.

In response to the report, Scaramucci lashed out at Smith and fellow reporter Francesca Bacardi in a series of scathing tweets: "Emily likes hurting people," he wrote. "Ugliest person there is on the inside. A person with no morals or journalistic standards. Living off of others people’s pain ... beware! She will stop at nothing to hurt innocents. Especially your children."

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After Scaramucci's then-pregnant wife, Deidre Ball, filed for divorce in 2017, the Mooch reportedly found a rebound romance in Guilfoyle. The two were seen out and about in Manhattan and vacationed together in Rome. But by November, Deidre had changed her mind about the split, withdrawing her divorce petition and reconciling with her husband. She even apparently forgave him for missing the birth of their son. (He texted her, "Congratulations, I’ll pray for our child," according to reports.)

Despite receiving a warning from Geraldo Rivera advising him to "be cool," Scaramucci continued on his Twitter rampage, tweeting photos of the reporters and accusing them of "trying to destroy my family."

Scaramucci was infamously ousted from his position as White House communications director after unloading on a New Yorker reporter over the phone. He lasted 11 days before he was fired.