Alec Baldwin Leaves NYPD Precinct After Assault Arrest

Alec Baldwin Leaves NYPD Precinct After Assault Arrest

Alec Baldwin Leaves NYPD Precinct After Assault Arrest

The Daily Beast is reporting that Baldwin punched someone in the West Village over a parking spot, which ... okay, yeah, that sounds exactly like Alec Baldwin. Alec an unnamed man got "verbal altercation" over a spot near 10 street and 5 avenue.

After watching one of Baldwin's sketches in 2016, the president wrote on Twitter: "Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me".

Baldwin, 60, has had problems with the law in the past.

Police sources tell us the frequent "Saturday Night Live" host was arrested after getting into an argument over a parking spot.

In this video, he walks from an NYPD precinct silently.

The driver of the station wagon, 49, was taken to a hospital with jaw pain, police said. A rep for Baldwin did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment.

This is also not the first case of Mr Baldwin allegedly punching a man: in the 1990s, he was acquitted of misdemeanour battery charges for punching a photographer in self-defence.

"New York City is a mismanaged carnival of stupidity that is desperate for revenue and anxious to criminalize behavior once thought benign", Baldwin tweeted after the incident.

Of course, he openly detests and mocks President Trump while playing him on "SNL" - so, not surprisingly, the Prez weighed in on the arrest. Last month, Baldwin called on the public to "overthrow" Trump's administration.

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