Alec Baldwin's Wife Sued After Yoga Class Injury (Report)
An attendee at Hilaria Thomas's yoga class was asked to "to perform a dangerous activity at a wall," a court filing claims.
Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria Thomas, a yoga instructor, is reportedly facing litigation from an attendee to one of her classes that suffered an injury. The news arrives courtesy of Baldwin's longtime foes -- New York tabloids the Post and the Daily News.
Court documents filed in Manhattan Supreme Court by Spencer Wolff, 32, state that he was asked "to perform a dangerous activity at a wall," during Baldwin's yoga class, the Post reported.
Wolff stated in the documents that he suffered injuries in an "overcrowded" classroom, the Daily News added. Baldwin, not directly addressing the incident, wrote Saturday on Twitter to share some thoughts about litigation.
Namely, "Litigation is the preferred tool of those who want to harass, obfuscate or extort," he mused.