Actor Alec Baldwin has pleaded guilty to a second-degree harassment violation, after a violent parking incident.
Baldwin, 60, admitted to pushing a man in a dispute over a parking spot last year.
He's being ordered to undergo anger management courses, and has to pay a US$120 fine.
Baldwin originally faced a tougher charge of assault, but video evidence proved he didn't punch the victim. The judge also took Baldwin's lack of criminal history into account during sentencing.
Baldwin has a history of losing his temper. In 2011 he was thrown off an American Airlines flight because he wouldn't stop playing a game on his mobile before take-off, and was arrested in 2014 after being stopped while riding his bike and getting into an argument with the officer.
In 2013 he publicly took on a paparazzi photographer he accused of harassing his wife.