NYACK, N.Y. — Liev Schreiber is facing a harassment charge in suburban New York, where his lawyer says the actor is accused of shoving a photographer’s camera.
The Rockland County district attorney’s office says the star of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” is due for arraignment Tuesday in Nyack.
The harassment charge dates to June 7 and is a violation, not a crime. The DA’s office would not give more details.
Schreiber’s lawyer, Jonathan Ripps, told The Journal News that the actor maintains his innocence. Ripps hadn’t immediately responded to messages Monday.
Ripps told the newspaper that Schreiber is accused of pushing the camera away after its flash went off.
The lawyer said the allegation “doesn’t rise to the level of any law being broken.”
“Ray Donovan” has been filming recently in Nyack.