Actor Alec Baldwin was charged for fighting the New York parking spot

Actor Alec Baldwin, who was recently famous for the illegality of US President Donald Trump, was charged Friday after a battle for a New York car park, the police said.

The 60-year-old comedian "30 Rock," "attacked someone for a parking spot that would both play," said the New York police, Sofia Mason.

Boulding was arrested and charged with illegal assault and harassment, police said. He met with dozens of photographers and camera partners for his release from a New York police station on Friday.

"Normally, I would not comment anything like something as bad as today's story," said a post on his Twitter institution's account. "However, the claim that I punched anyone over a parking spot is false. I wanted to go into history and say so much."

Baldwin has enjoyed a new wave of popularity over the past two years for his sad feelings on the Trump on TV sketch "Saturday Night Live," winning an Emmy.

He told the White House reporters on Friday his arrest, Trape answered: "I wish him good luck."

Baldwin has a history of losing his temper. In 2014 he was summoned for abusive behavior after an argument with the police that stopped him driving his bike on a single street in New York. In 2011, he was denied an airplane because he refused to stop playing the game "Words with Friends" before taking off.

Baldwin, who currently hosts the weekly TV show "The Alec Baldwin Show," in 2012, refused to hit a photographer who was trying to take pictures of his then-fiance yoga teacher Hilaria Thomas.

Baldwin and Thomas married in 2012 and have four children.

Report by Gabriella Borter. Editing by Jill Serjeant, Susan Thomas and Cynthia Osterman

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