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VIDEO: Alec Baldwin Explains Recent Paparazzi Altercation on LETTERMAN

September 13
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Alec Baldwin stopped by Late Show with David Letterman last night to discuss his recent headline-making altercations with a member of the New York paparazzi.Showing the live audience a disturbing photo of the actor roughing up the photographer, Letterman cautioned viewers, "I just want to remind you. This is NOT a movie!"

"This is not Brokeback Mountain 25 years later," Baldwin quipped after Letterman showed a photo of him bending a photographer over a car.

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VIDEO: Alec Baldwin Explains Recent Paparazzi Altercation on LETTERMAN

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