Alec Baldwin has insisted once again that he didn’t punch Wojciech Cieszkowski during that parking spot squabble.
Baldwin, who enrolled in anger management classes after the incident last November, claimed he has video evidence to prove Cieszkowski is lying.
In new legal documents obtained by TMZ, Baldwin’s attorneys Luke Nikas and Alex Spiro said there was surveillance footage showing the actor didn’t punch or attempt to punch anyone.
The docs stated the footage instead showed the men standing face-to-face before Baldwin “lightly tapped” Cieszkowski’s chest.
Baldwin also insisted Cieszkowski’s medical records showed his doctor recommended him to take a single Tylenol following the incident.
Cieszkowski sued the star last month for assault and slander, claiming the actor punched, shoved and ruined his reputation by speaking about him on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
Baldwin previously spoke to Howard Stern about the whole thing.
He shared back in March, “The thing is, there are cameras everywhere. So I guess, unfortunately for him, there were cameras everywhere but nobody punched anybody. That’s why my case was dismissed to harassment or knocked down with harassment… My problem was that when he aggressively takes this parking space from me, which is you know, that’s not the end [of the] world, I thought… he was gonna get close to hitting my wife and son.”
Baldwin continued, “I just felt that what he did was impolite, bordering on dangerous because he didn’t walk up to me and say, ‘Excuse me, I’ve been waiting here and I’d like to take this space.’ Nothing. He just went fast and really aggressive and my wife and my son were standing there by the curb. Now I got every f**king numbnuts a**hole in the world writing to me online going, ‘You don’t have a garage?’”