The actor Liev Schreiber is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday for allegedly molesting a photographer in June.
Writer's attorney Jonathan Ripps confirmed the alleged incident, but claimed that the claim "does not rise to the level of any law that is broken."
Ripps said a photographer followed the actor around a Nyack, NY which was set during filming for the Showtime series "Ray Donovan", reported the Journal News.
Ripps told the newspaper the scribe had pushed the photographer's camera into his face after a flash.
Scribe was charged with harassment of second degree.
"We'll discuss this with the prosecutor's office and fill out the applications It's been fired," Ripps said, adding that Schreiber plans to plead guilty, the New York Post reported.