November 1, 2021 | 12: 20pm

The scariest part of Halloween turned out to be Kelly Dodd and her husband, Rick Leventhal.

The controversial couple outdid their normally controversial selves by dressing up as Alec Baldwin on the set of “Rust” and a Native American, both outfitted with prop guns.

Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal dressed up as Alec Baldwin and a Native American on Halloween.
Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal dressed up as Alec Baldwin and a Native American on Halloween.
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“Kelly celebrated her Native American heritage & I celebrated the great American film actor Alec Baldwin #happyhalloween🎃,” Leventhal captioned two photos, one of which shows Dodd holding the gun to her head.

Almost immediately followers took to the comments section to blast the couple for making light of a shooting in which Baldwin accidentally shot and killed Halyna Hutchins.

“You two have no class,” wrote one person. “Your [sic] perfect for each other.”

Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal dressed up as Alec Baldwin and a Native American on Halloween.
Their costumes immediately sparked backlash.
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“So disappointed in the Alex Baldwin comment,” noted another. “It was not his fault and a family lost their mother and wife. So disrespectful.”

“I always defend you both, but hard to find dressing up as Alec funny when a young woman’s life was cut short and a young boy is now without his mum,” commented another. “Really bad taste Rick.”

“Pathetic you have to attach Alec Baldwin to this,” wrote another. “A horrific thing happened on set and you think Halloween is the time to display such disrespect. 😡”

Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal are seen on Oct. 23, 2021 in Newport Beach, Calif.
Dodd, often surrounded by controversy, has said she’s part Native American.
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Dodd, 46, didn’t share the photos on her account, but she did post a video from the party she and Leventhal, 61, hosted that revealed their headline-making costumes, though fans there only noticed her controversial choice to go as a Native American — a reference to when she explained that was part of her heritage.

“So we have Braunwyn who is blonde-haired, blue eyes, as white as can be. She’s always saying that I’m a racist or a homophobe and it really irritates me. So I did a 23andMe and I don’t identify myself as a black person, that was not my point,” she told E! News in January after claiming she’s black.

“My point was I’m black, Asian, Mexican, Spanish, I’m 30 percent Native American and I’m one percent Jewish. And I’m all races. I don’t see people with color, I see people. That’s it.”

The former Fox News reporter and fired “Real Housewives of Orange County” star — who tied the knot in October 2020 — have not publicly responded to the backlash.