Alec Baldwin pleads guilty after altercation over parking space: report
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Alec Baldwin is reportedly pleading guilty to second-degree harassment following a physical dispute over a New York parking spot.

The actor — who has a recurring role playing President TrumpDonald John TrumpPapadopoulos on AG's new powers: 'Trump is now on the offense' Pelosi uses Trump to her advantage Mike Pence delivers West Point commencement address MORE on “Saturday Night Live” — was arrested in November and had been charged with misdemeanor assault.


At the time, a New York Police Department spokeswoman told ITK that an argument over a Greenwich Village parking spot led to a 49-year-old man being punched.

On Wednesday, Baldwin admitted to pushing the man, claiming he stole the parking spot, according to court documents cited by New York’s WABC-TV.

But the 60-year-old Emmy winner's lawyers said video evidence supported Baldwin’s claim that he never punched the man. As part of his plea, Baldwin reportedly agreed to attend short-term anger management classes.

Baldwin’s attorney noted that the actor pleaded guilty to a violation, not a crime, WABC reported.

Baldwin seemingly referenced the arrest during a December appearance on "SNL." Appearing as Trump alongside Ben Stiller as the president's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, Baldwin quipped, "I haven’t been this upset since I flipped out over that parking space."