Alec Baldwin has pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree violation of harassment in a case stemming from an altercation last fall.
The 60-year-old appeared in court Tuesday and, according to Fox News, must attend an anger management program and pay a fee of $120.
Baldwin had been charged with misdemeanour attempted assault along with the harassment violation after allegedly punching a man in an argument over a parking spot in November 2018.
According to Fox News reporter Tamara Gitt, Baldwin’s lawyer made clear that the actor was not pleading to the crime of assault, only to violation of harassment.
The plea arrangement was recommended by the district attorney, given their examination of video of the altercation and Baldwin’s lack of criminal record.