Alec Baldwin arrested after allegedly throwing punch in NY parking dispute

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Baldwin was previously arrested in Manhattan for allegedly riding his bicycle on the wrong side of the street and acting belligerently toward officers.

Alec Baldwin, who has starred in The Boss Baby and many an episode of Saturday Night Live lately, was just arrested in NY for punching someone.

A 49-year-old man sustained an injury to the left jaw after being punched and was taken to a local area hospital to be treated, according to police.

The two argued and when the victim went to a pay the parking meter, Baldwin ran up and struck him, authorities said.

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A representative for Baldwin did not immediately respond to a message requesting comment.

The arrest comes the day before this week's Saturday Night Live, where Baldwin is a frequent guest playing President Donald Trump; he won an Emmy for the role in 2017 and was nominated again this year.

Police told the station that Baldwin was trying to hold a parking spot open near his home, when someone else took the spot. That incident reportedly led him to tweet that the city of NY was a "mismanaged carnival of stupidity that is desperate for revenue and anxious to criminalize behavior once thought benign". He added, "New York has changed". "He's in the headlines a lot, and it's usually something unpleasant".

Surprisingly the developer behind the popular mobile game, Zynga, came to the actor's defense, sharing a photo to TMZ of a board that spelled out "Let Alec play". They arrested Baldwin and brought him to the station.