The EastEnders star reportedly launched a stream of abuse at two men outside a gay bar in London.
Jessie Wallace was allegedly seen yelling at the men on the footpath after they used a legal street urinal.
According to The Sun, she said: “Just because you are a man, does not give you the right to whip your c**k out in public.”
The 47-year-old was attending an LBGT charity event for the organisation Diversity Role Models when the alleged incident took place.
Hosted at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, South London on June 23, the event featured a number of drag performances.
The star, who is best known for her role as Kat Slater on the BBC1 soap, was reportedly seen inside the venue, before heading outside to the smoking area.
Public pop-up urinals were set-up outside the bar to accommodate punters in need of a leak.
An onlooker told the publication: “One poor guy was having a pee and Jessie just launches at him. You couldn’t see anything as they’re curved for privacy.”
They continued: “He tried to stand up for himself. It was astonishing because there were multiple witnesses. The behaviour was very embarrassing.”
A source close to Jessie reportedly told the publication the altercation was a “result of a man splashing urine on her shoes and dress”.
She was also previously suspended from EastEnders by the BBC after problems came to light with her behaviour off-set.
Jessie first appeared on the show in 2000 and has been a regular fixture in Walford ever since.
Daily Star Online has contacted Jessie Wallace’s spokesman for comment.
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