Actor Alec Baldwin, who is best known for portraying President Trump on Saturday Night Live, has pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment following an incident last year when he punched a man during a dispute over a parking space in New York City, according to Fox News.
The actor appeared in a Manhattan courtroom on Wednesday where he agreed to attend a short anger management program as part of his plea. Because Baldwin didn't have a record (despite numerous incidents where he got aggressive with photographers and was famously thrown off a flight after refusing to stop playing "Words with Friends" on his phone), the DA felt comfortable recommending a violation charge of harassment in the second degree.
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The actor will need to pay a charge of $120 and provide proof of payment and completion for the classes by March 27. As part of the deal, photos and video of...