Alec Baldwin: Photographers chased me on my bike

Alec Baldwin attends the 2012 NFL Honors on Feb. 4, 2012, in Indianapolis. Joey Foley/Getty Images

Alec Baldwin attends the 2012 NFL Honors on Feb. 4, 2012, in Indianapolis.
(CBS News) Alec Baldwin can't seem to escape the paparazzi.

A day after the actor had a scuffle with a photographer in New York, he faced what he wants to avoid in the first place: more photographers.

Pictures: Alec Baldwin
Read more: Alec Baldwin speaks out, denies hitting photog
Read more: Alec Baldwin accused of hitting photographer

Overall, it sounds like Baldwin, who's engaged to Hilaria Thomas, may want to seek out a quieter life.

"I keep telling my future wife that I want her to get rich because I want to retire," Baldwin, 54, told Us Weekly earlier this month. "She teaches yoga. I want her to become the world's first billionaire yoga teacher."

"I know it is a long shot, but that's the plan I'm sticking with right now," the "Rock of Ages" star added. "I want to have a baby and stay home and make the pancakes before I send my wife out to work every day to pay the bills."

New York Daily News photographer Marcus Santos filed a complaint on Tuesday with police accusing Baldwin of punching him outside a marriage license bureau.

Baldwin, meanwhile, accused the photographer of being the aggressor, saying he was defending himself.

Watch Baldwin talk about the incident below:



Live Video

Watch CBSN Live

Watch CBS News anytime, anywhere with the new 24/7 digital news network. Stream CBSN live or on demand for FREE on your TV, computer, tablet, or smartphone.