The president of the New York State Bar Association said he’s alarmed by a “spate of attorney harassment,” days after the home of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner Randy Mastro was vandalized.

Mastro’s townhome on the Upper East Side of Manhattan was vandalized on Tuesday night with spray paint epithets, according to video press reports, which showed language such as “SHAME” and “[F—CK] You Randy” spray-painted on Mastro’s building walls and on the sidewalk in front.

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