Lucian Wintrich, who is reportedly the first openly gay White House correspondent, was attacked by an unhinged Fox News Radio reporter while attending the administration’s press briefing on Friday.

The “Twinks for Trump” artist was at the White House to do his job on Friday, when Jon Decker of FOX News Radio assaulted him multiple times in front of his peers. According to Wintrich, the radio host pushed him in the break room before approaching him and assaulting him a second time in the press briefing room.

“He came out of nowhere and cornered me in the back room, not letting me pass. He started calling me a Nazi – despite many of my family members dying in the Holocaust. When I asked him why he was being so aggressive and why he thinks I’m a Nazi, he admitted that he never actually read anything I wrote or the Gateway Pundit,” Wintrich told We Are Change. “He’s a truly sick guy, Fox needs to address behavior like this in their staff.”

Decker also pointed Wintrich out and began shouting to everyone in briefing room that Gateway Pundit “hates blacks, Jews, Hispanics,” Buzzfeed’s White House correspondent Adrian Carrasquillo reported on Twitter.

The Gateway Pundit is not a neo-Nazi website, but simply a right-wing outlet with a pro-Trump perspective.

“Your WH Radio reporter assaulted me twice & while calling me a Nazi. I had never met or spoken with him before,” Wintrich tweeted at Fox News Radio. “Half of my family died in the holocaust. Calling me a Nazi is not only wildly inaccurate but truly disgusting. He cornered me in the back room, pushing me toward a table, then he followed me out to the briefing room screaming.”

“Then he sat down starring at me from his chair, creepily smiling. This was unprovoked assault. He needs to be fired,” Wintrich continued.

Decker’s actions were denounced by other White House correspondents on Twitter, including Andrew Feinberg of Sputnik News.

Shortly after the incident took place, Wintrich announced that he will be pressing charges against Decker over the assault.

Fox News Radio has not yet publicly responded to the incident.