Alec Baldwin agreed to attend an anger management class after pleading guilty today in Manhattan Criminal Court to a second-degree harassment violation stemming from a parking dispute last November.
Prosecutors had previously dropped an earlier charge of misdemeanor assault. Saturday Night Live‘s go-to Trump impersonator will pay a $120 fine and was ordered to return to court in March to confirm completion of the anger management program.
Media reports indicate Baldwin offered no comments to reporters covering his appearance before Judge Herbert Moses.
The guilty plea stems from a Nov. 2 incident in which the actor shoved a man during an argument over a parking spot on a Greenwich Village street. Baldwin was arraigned on the downgraded charge Nov. 26 after disputing, on social media, the other driver’s claims that the actor punched or slapped him.
Baldwin’s attorneys have said they provided the New York district attorney’s office with video that proves the actor did not punch or slap the other man.
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