Stephen Baldwin was arrested in New York City on May 2 for driving with a suspended license. Baldwin was driving in Manhattan early morning before being stopped by police.
A a cop spotted an expired temporary registration sticker, issued in Texas, on the windshield of Baldwin’s gold 2013 Ford Explorer and pulled him over on Broadway.
Further inspection revealed that the 47-year-old “Bio-Dome” actor, and brother of hot-headed hunk Alec Baldwin, had a suspended driver’s license, cops said.
Baldwin was brought to the 33rd Precinct stationhouse and released with a desk appearance ticket on the license charge.
It’s not the first time Baldwin has gotten into trouble with his vehicle. In 2012, he pleaded guilty to driving without a license after he made an illegal U-turn in Harlem. He paid $155 in fines and charges.
“I have nothing but respect for the men and women in uniform,” he said at the time.
Last month Baldwin was in the news after he paid off his New York back taxes with a check for the final $100,000. His lawyer said Baldwin had borrowed the money from a friend he wouldn’t identify.
The Usual Suspects star admitted last year that he had failed to pay state taxes for 2008, 2009 and 2010. The total, plus interest and penalties, came to $400,000.