The owner of the iconic house featured in the 1983 holiday film, "A Christmas Story," cursed out actor Yano Anaya while he was posing with fans in front of the home on Nov. 15.

The homeowner, Brian Jones, told Anaya, who played Grover Dill in the original film, to never come to the home again.

"Get the f--- out! Leave, now," Jones is heard saying in the clip. "Get away from my property. Don't ever come here again. Never, ever again! Leave now!"

"You are such a scammer, you're trying to get people to donate for stuff? What is wrong with you? You know how much you f---ed me over? You have no f---ing idea! You are such a piece of s---," Jones said.

Anaya responded, "Why don't you talk to me about it and we can fix it."

The home is currently on the market, with Anaya telling TMZ that he and other cast members are attempting to raise money to buy the home. Emmanuel Soba, Anaya's business partner, said he had an amicable conversation with Jones the day before in which Jones said he would be willing to sell the home to the group of cast members.

In a statement to TMZ, Jones apologized for his demeanor but defended his statements.

"I apologize for the way I expressed myself," Jones said. "However, it was out of concern that fans could be misled into contributing to a GoFundMe campaign that will not result in the purchase of the house."

He added, "I have no association with any GoFundMe campaign. I am not selling the house through Go Fund Me, so fans should not contribute to that fund under false pretenses, thinking their money is going toward buying the house. I am entertaining offers only from qualified buyers through my real estate broker."

There is currently a GoFundMe page online that was started by a volunteer member of Soba and Anaya's group. Soba said that the page was never active, the group already has investors interested in buying the home, and he did not understand why the interaction angered Jones.

The film's sequel, "A Christmas Story Christmas," was released on Nov. 17 and is available for streaming on HBO Max.