Alec Baldwin was ordered to take a course in anger management after pleading guilty to second-degree harassment in a Manhattan Court this Wednesday, January 23, RadarOnline.com has learned.
In a statement to Radar, the Manhattan District Attorney revealed that "after reviewing video surveillance and speaking with several witnesses, we are prepared to make an offer of Harassment in the Second Degree with a conditional discharge and a short-term anger management program."
Baldwin, 60, is expected back in court on March 27, 2019 for a "compliance update."
As Radar exclusively reported, the actor was arrested on November 2, 2018 after assaulting a man over a parking spot in New York's West Village.
According to an eyewitness on the scene, the It's Complicated actor had his two Cadillacs on standby, waiting to park, when civilian Wojciech Cieszkowski pulled into the empty spot instead. It was then that a heated Baldwin went "crazy" and attacked the man.
"The guy was scared," the witness told Radar. "He was terrified. He was nervous, didn't know what to do. After Baldwin pushed him, he slapped the s**t out of him. He slapped him like three times."
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