Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty to a second-degree insult, stemming from stealing a man late last year during a dispute over a parking lot in New York City.
The Hothead Appeared in a Manhattan Courtroom Wednesday Wednesday He agreed with the district attorney's recommendation that he participate in a program for the management of short nuisance in his plea.
The DA At the hearing, she also said they could go through video and appeal procedures, and since Baldwin, 60, has no criminal record, they recommend a second-degree harassment violation.
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The actor's lawyer had no comment when he left the courtroom in New York City.
Baldwin previously denied beating anyone in the November 2 clash. The police said at the time that Baldwin and the man started arguing and pushing each other after the man parked at a point the actor said a family member held in his hand.
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This is not the first arrest of a notoriously angry star. Baldwin was handcuffed in 2014 after he became "belligerent" with a police officer who stopped him on his bike after driving in the wrong direction.
The NYPD told Fox News at the time that Baldwin, who had no identity card, "refused [to become] himself in 19459027, became warlike, cursed and roared, then was handcuffed."
Baldwin went on Twitter after this arrest and posted the name and ID of the detainee. The actor tweeted that he had been arrested while "photographers in front of my house once again scared my daughter and nearly beat her with a camera." The police did nothing. "
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Then he added, "New York City is a poorly-managed carnival of stupidity, desperately seeking revenue and seeking behavior to criminalize what once was considered harmless. "
Baldwin also had several other clashes with the public without prosecution.
In 2011, the former "30 Rock" star was removed from a flight after refusing to play the "Words With Friends" game on his phone.
In 2012, he was accused of becoming a photographer aggressive with him on a New York street, and in 2013, another photographer filed a harassment lawsuit against Baldwin.
Tamara Gitt of Fox News contributed to this report.