Liev Schreiber must appear in Rockland County court on Tuesday.
And that is because the “Ray Donovan” star has been charged with harassment after an altercation with a photographer.
The actor’s lawyer insists there was no physical contact between the two parties and that Schreiber only pushed the photographer’s camera. Schreiber’s behaviour was allegedly in response to a flash going off in his face, attorney Jonathan Ripps told the Journal News.
“The allegation does not rise to the level of any law being broken,” and he will plead not guilty if need be. Schreiber is officially facing one count of second-degree harassment.