Alec Baldwin’s alleged assault victim has broken his silence about their bust-up.
Runner Wojciech Cieszkowski – who survived the Boston Marathon bombing back in 2013 – has been recovering at home after the incident.
Peeking out of his front door at his home in Pearl River, New York, he told reporters: “You know, sore, but I’ll be fine.”
The 49-year-old fitness fanatic was staying tight-lipped about the alleged encounter with 60-year-old Baldwin.
He did admit that he had “seen him on SNL a few times” but refused to get drawn on any other details.
“I can’t say for now,” he said before driving off in his car.
The two men clashed about a parking dispute outside the actor’s penthouse on East 10th Street in Manhattan on Friday afternoon.
It is understood that Baldwin was furious that Cieszkowski took his parking spot that was being held for him.
When the runner went out of his Saab car to put money in the meter he was confronted by an enraged Baldwin.
Their argument escalated to shoving before Baldwin allegedly struck Cieszkowski and was subsequently arrested.
Baldwin was released from police custody at 4pm after being booked for assault and harassment charges.
He later denied striking anyone saying “the assertion that I punched anyone over a parking spot is false.”
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