Alec Baldwin arrived on Monday morning in New York's government to respond to aggression and harassment charges after being charged with hitting a man in face-to-face.
The hot, starring actor who came alone in the black SUV and ignored the journalists' urge to comment when the police arrived to police in the court, blamed guilty for guilt. He has said that all the allegations that he hits anyone on the parking lot is wrong.
Baldwin was arrested on 2 November. The police were told to drift to the Manhattan car park, one of Baldwin's relatives on her side, and both men began to quarrel and push each other.
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Another driver told police that Baldwin would hit or hit him. A 49-year-old man was taken to a hospital who complained of pain in the jaw and flush around the neck.
Baldwin's later tweeted episode was "grossly wrong."
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He is expected to return to court on January 23.
Hours after his arrest, Baldwin was taken to his family's Twitter account to deal with the case.
"Normally I do not want to comment on anything as misleading as the current story," Baldwin tweets hours of his arrest this month.
"However, the claim that I hit anyone over the parking space, is wrong," he continued. "I wanted to go so far with a record record. I understand that it has come to mark sport, people have had many negative accusations and counterfeit claims, if possible, for clickbait entertainment."
This is not the first arrest for the badly starving star. Baldwin was cuffed in 2014 when he became a "belligerent" with the police who stopped him on his wheel when he was riding in the wrong direction.
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NYPD told Fox News that Baldwin, who had no identifying him, "refused [identify] himself, became embarrassing, cursing and screaming. Then he was placed in handcuffs. "
Baldwin went to the Twitter block after arriving, sending the arrestor's name and ID number. The actress twittered that he was taken over when "my home photographers ALWAYS continue to scare my daughters and almost took her with the camera. The police did nothing."
He added: "New York City is a poorly controlled fool, desperate for revenue and willing to criminalize behavior when it was considered good."
Baldwin has also participated in several other audiences who are not involved in law enforcement.
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In 2011, the former "30 Rock" star was removed from the plane when he refused to stop playing "Words With Friends" on his phone.
In 2012, he accused the photographer of getting aggressive with him on the street in New York City, and in 2013 another photographer presented a harassment claim against Baldwin.
A handful of urban people had recently been relatively low when it came to street vibrations, adding headlines to his frequent attacks on President Trump and his popular parody to President Saturday Night Live.
Fox News "Tamara Gitt and Associated Press participated in this report.