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Alec Baldwin arrested in NY after dispute over parking spot

Alec Baldwin arrested in NY after dispute over parking spot

Sure, driving in Manhattan is aggravating, but this is ridiculous, Alec Baldwin. Police from the 6th Precinct responded to the 911 call a little before 2PM.

According to Spectrum News NY1 and The Hollywood Reporter, Baldwin allegedly got into a confrontation with a man over parking and subsequently punched the individual.

It's not the first time Baldwin has run into trouble with the law.

It's just the latest run-in for the actor with an infamously hair-trigger temper, who was arrested in May 2014 for going on a profanity-filled tirade against two uniformed cops who stopped him for cycling the wrong way down a one-way street. A witness told TMZ that Alec said, "F*ck off" during the scuffle. The actor allegedly slugged the man who took his parking spot.

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Mr Baldwin and his daughter have had a tense relationship in the past.

"Anyone with a shred of human decency would understand that there are times in your life when you want your privacy respected, whether you are a public figure or not", Baldwin said in his statement at the time.

Mr Baldwin has made headlines before for his anger issues. Baldwin shares the apartment with his wife, Hilaria, and their four children. Asked about Baldwin's arrest, Trump said: "I wish him luck". On Wednesday, just days before his arrest, the family dressed up as astronauts for Halloween.


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