Anyone can file a complaint, but Coudert says the idea of bringing the allegations himself “felt weird because I am not … based in the U.S. and I know none of these people.” But after he called out NAS on Twitter, President Marcia McNutt responded: “FILE A COMPLAINT already.”
What is the meaning of the phrase "FILE A COMPLAINT already"? Does it mean "There is already a complaint filed (as opposed to what Coudert felt - 'there is no complaint that I know")"?
The problem in my understanding probably comes from the difficulty of my grasping what Coudert said - "the idea of bringing the allegations himself." I am not sure what he actually means. It sounds that he would make a complaint against himself. It's odd and I believe I've misunderstood the grammar.