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Alec Baldwin is suing the man who accused the actor of punching him out during a dispute over a Manhattan parking spot about a year ago, and the star wants to have a jury decide whether he’s been defamed.
The “Saturday Night Live” actor, who plays the role of a crazy President of the Trump on the TV show, and was once tossed out of an airplane, and had previously been arrested for a fight with the police in real life — says Wojciech Cieszkowski was lying when he claimed Baldwin punched him in the face during the Nov. 2, 2018, to fight.
“As New Yorkers fight over a parking space, usually what happens is that they exchange a few sharp words, and then move on with their lives,” according to Baldwin’s suit, which was filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Friday.
“But that’s not what happened here. Cieszkowski has been to create a false story about the meeting, and refused to go any further, unless, of Baldwin succumbs to his blackmail demands.”
The “well known actor”, says he was “slightly pushed” Cieszkowski, during the meeting, while the defendant turned around and lied to the police that he had been severely beaten, and the newspapers have to say.
The Hospital records and the video surveillance footage to prove that it was all a lie,” the documents state.
Actor Alec Baldwin walks out of the New York city Police Department 10th District, Friday, Jan. 2, 2018, and in New York city. Baldwin was arrested on Friday after allegedly punching a man in the face during a dispute over a parking space outside his New York City home, authorities said.(Photo/Julie Jacobson)
On the basis of a false report of an incident, the police have never been witness to has been Baldwin has been wrongfully imprisoned, and held it against his will, and has been accused of a crime he did not commit.
“But the damage had been done,” the allegations reported in the media, the former “30 Rock” and “the Hunt for Red October”, the star, said the newspaper.
The suit tells the story of how Cieszkowski pulled his car to the place where Baldwin was waiting, but the actor suggests that he was upset because he thought the driver had to get close to his wife and daughter at the door.
“Baldwin approached Cieszkowski, to talk about what just happened,” the star that’s quite a lot to say. “There was a time, in order to be able to reflect on their own behavior, or to simply apologize — Cieszkowski responded to Baldwin’s concern for his family’s safety, with self-righteous anger and a verbal exchange ensued.”
Actor Alec Baldwin leaves a New York City-chelsea, Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2019 at the latest, after a hearing on charges he slugged a man during an argument over a parking space last fall.
Then Baldwin “lightly pushed Cieszkowski in the chest with one hand,” the papers say.
“Cieszkowski would wrongly be characterized in the opinion as” Mr. Baldwin seam[ing] him in the chest with both hands, “‘ and a lie is that the actors are also “struck [him] in the left jaw with his right hand,” according to the complaint.
Baldwin said that the defendant had acted with malice and “in reckless disregard for the truth,” to earn “stars” for the financial loss. He is seeking a trial by jury.
The actor, who, in the first instance, be charged with the assault, and ultimately pled to harassment, in a case from earlier this year and was sentenced to anger-management classes.
Cieszkowski’s lawyer, Rebecca Lieb, has responded to the lawsuit in a statement to The Post on Monday, saying: “I think we are really desperate and am curious as bullying tactics by Mr. Baldwin.
According to him, there is a video that shows you the physical contact that he has with Mr. Cieszkowski. Alec Baldwain that video and Mr. Cieszkowski does not. The fact is that the general public has not seen it yet to really tell us everything we need to know who is telling the truth.
“If Alec Baldwin wanted to be in this film, we would have seen it — I mean, we’re in the tv view of the world. “[The lawsuit is truly frivolous, and we are looking forward to a trial before a jury on Mr. Cieszkowski’s colleagues.”
Cieszkowski, has already filed a suit against Baldwin over the incident and said that the actor was just a little bit more so than he would ever admit it.
“If the man is that he is playing on the tv, Alec Baldwin is an entitled celebrity with a long history of verbal and physical abuse of others, which he sees as beneath him,” Cieszkowski said in the Manhattan Supreme court lawsuit.
The star was arrested by police in 2014, to shouting profanities at them after they stopped him for bicycling the wrong way down Manhattan’s streets.
The disorderly conduct rap against him was dropped after he promised to stay out of trouble for six months.
Three years ago, Baldwin was thrown off a flight for refusing to stop playing on his phone.
“Well, We’ll have the video evidence to the judge and the jury when the time comes to prove our claims in court,” Baldwin’s lawyer, Luke Nikas, told The Post.
This article was originally published on Page Six.