Alec Baldwin pleads guilty to second-degree harassment, agrees to anger management program following arrest
The actor was charged with misdemeanor assault and harassment in November.
Actor Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree harassment and agreed to attend an anger management program following his November arrest in New York City.
All other serious charges were dropped against the former "30 Rock" star.
Baldwin's court appearance stemmed from charges of misdemeanor assault and harassment after he allegedly assaulted someone during a dispute over a parking spot outside his apartment in November.
Baldwin’s attorney on Wednesday said his client pleaded guilty to a violation, not a crime.
Along with the anger management program, Baldwin must pay a $120 fine.
The case was adjourned until March 27.