Alec Baldwin Might Be Granted "Mutual Combat" Plea, Denies Punching Over Parking Spot

TMZ has discovered that Alec Baldwin’s assault case might have been grossly exaggerated by regulation enforcement and the media. It seems the punch Alex Baldwin administered to Wojciech Cieszowski – the person who stole his parking spot, might have truly been a slap at worst. And get this, the entire ordeal might have been a shoving match, and never a blindsided assault, as beforehand reported. 

Apparently, there’s even surveillance video to help the argument that Baldwin acted in self-defense, or no less than on equal phrases. Alec relayed a message to Twitter denying the circumstances that had been reported on. “The assertion that I punched anybody over a parking spot” is fake, he acknowledged on the Twitter account for the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation. Baldwin added that he “needed to go on the report stating as a lot.”

The surveillance footage is grainy and laborious to make out, but when confirmed equally culpable, Baldwin would inevitably have his assault cost diminished, or thrown away altogether. Baldwin’s alleged sufferer Wojciech Cieszowski advised cops he suffered neck and facial accidents because of the alleged assault, allegations the actor continues to disclaim.

As reported, Baldwin had an attendant holding a parking spot for him in entrance of the plaza, when Cieszowski stole it from beneath his “slouched place.”