Actor Alec Baldwin has denied that he was beaten for parking on anyone in New York after being arrested Friday in New York.

In two tweets sent from his Twitter account to the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation, Baldwin said he "recognizes that it has become a sport to tag people[ith] as many negative charges and defamatory accusations as possible for Clickbait entertainment purposes, "but that," no matter how echoes echo [sic]does not make the statements true. "

Baldwin was charged with abuse and harassment after beating someone when police officers described a dispute near his home in New York's Greenwich Village.

Baldwin is expected to appear in court on November 26.

A representative of the actor had no comment.

Baldwin, 60, has had legal problems with the Big Apple in the past.

In 2014, after a New York City police officer told him to go wrong on a one-way street, Baldwin allegedly said, "I do not have a passport, just give me the butt summon" and "wrap this summons around yours Head. "

PHOTO: Actor Alec Baldwin leaves the 6th Ward of the New York City Police Department in Manhattan, New York, on November 2, 2018.Andrew Kelly / Reuters
Actor Alec Baldwin is leaving the 6th District of the New York City Police Department in Manhattan on November 2, 2018.

A police source added at the time that Baldwin was "arrogant and loud", which is why he was asked a second time for disorderly behavior.

Baldwin responded in a separate tweet, calling the officer, stating, "New York City is a poorly managed carnival of stupidity, desperate for revenue and seeking to criminalize behaviors once considered benign."

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump, whom Baldwin embodies on Saturday Night Live, had some encouraging words for the actor as he learned of the impending charge.

"I wish him good luck," he said.



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