Alec Baldwin Pleads Guilty to Harassment

Alec BaldwinUPDATED: 2019/01/23 12:30PM

Actor Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 to harassment following a parking spot spat with a Manhattan motorist on November 2nd, 2018. The 30 Rock actor and SNL Trump impersonator pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment, which is only a violation, and will pay a $120 fine. He also agreed to take anger management classes, which he must finish before March 22nd, when he is due back in court.

The incident that took place back in November involved a man named Wojciech Cieszkowski, who Baldwin allegedly punched over a parking lot dispute. At the time, Baldwin denied punching the man but did admit to officers at the scene that he pushed him. He was initially facing misdemeanor attempted assault and harassment charges.

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