US actor Alec Baldwin has been arrested in New York City, accused of punching a man in a fight over a parking spot.
A police department spokesperson told the BBC that the actor had been taken into custody and faced a probable charge of assault.
This is not 60-year-old Mr Baldwin’s first run-in with the law – in 2014, he was arrested for disorderly conduct.
The actor starred in the movie Hunt for Red October and more recently in TV shows 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live.
The alleged altercation occurred in the West Village area of Manhattan on Friday.
US President Donald Trump, whom Mr Baldwin has portrayed on the comedy show Saturday Night Live, said when asked about the arrest: “I wish him luck.”
Mr Baldwin has made headlines before for his anger issues.
In 2013, he was suspended from his MSNBC talk show Up Late for using an anti-gay slur when arguing with a photographer in New York City.
The actor later issued an apology, saying he “did not intend to hurt or offend anyone” with his word choice.
Following the incident, his daughter Ireland also defended him on Twitter, saying that “for someone who has battled with anger management issues, my dad has grown tremendously”.
Mr Baldwin and his daughter have had a tense relationship in the past.
He apologised publically in 2007 for calling his then-11-year-old daughter a “rude, thoughtless little pig” in a voicemail after the message went viral online.
This is also not the first case of Mr Baldwin allegedly punching a man: in the 1990s, he was acquitted of misdemeanour battery charges for punching a photographer in self-defence.