Alec Baldwin, the actor, was arrested in Manhattan on November 2, after allegedly punching someone over a parking spot, NBC New York reported. Apparently, Baldwin's buddy was holding the parking spot near 10th Street and 5th Avenue when the other man took it.
After watching one of Baldwin's sketches in 2016, the president wrote on Twitter: "Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me".
This isn't Baldwin's first brush with the law.
There was also the 2011 incident in which Baldwin was kicked off an American Airlines flight because he refused to put away his phone for takeoff. The man supposedly pulled in to a parking spot Baldwin had been waiting for, according to a local NBC affiliate.
In this video, he walks from an NYPD precinct silently.
The 49-year-old station wagon driver was taken to a hospital with jaw pain.
A rep for Baldwin did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment.
Baldwin is well known for his impersonation of Donald Trump on the US TV sketch show Saturday Night Live.
Told by White House reporters on Friday of his arrest, Trump replied, "I wish him luck". In 2014, he was given a summons for disorderly conduct after an argument with police who stopped him riding his bike down a one-way street in NY.