Alec Baldwin involved in scuffle with photographer

Actor Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria Baldwin attend "The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin" opening night at the Laura Pels Theatre on June 27, 2013, in New York.
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Alec Baldwin has been involved in yet another spat with a New York photographer.

New images show the "30 Rock" star engaged in what appears to be a physical altercation with a paparazzo on the streets of Manhattan Tuesday morning.

Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria, were walking together when they were approached by the unnamed photographer. A physical incident arose after the cameraman pursued the celebrity couple into a store, according to the New York Post. Hilaria, who gave birth to a baby girl on Aug. 23, is said to have fled into a tea shop in an effort to evade the paparazzo.

TMZ reports that both Baldwin and the photographer spoke to New York police officers after the incident, and both men have declined to press charges.

This scuffle marks the latest in a line of confrontations between Baldwin and the media.

In June 2012, a New York Daily News photographer claimed Baldwin shoved him outside Manhattan's Marriage License Bureau. The 55-year-old actor was also accused of hurling a racial epithet at a New York Post photographer in February.

This past June, Baldwin launched an expletive-filled Twitter rant directed at a Daily Mail reporter who accused his wife of tweeting during James Gandolfini's funeral.

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