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Michael Alig charged with smoking meth near Bronx Supreme Court

Michael Alig is in trouble again, this time for trespassing and smoking meth in a park beside the Bronx Supreme Court.

The New York Daily News reports the 50-year-old was arrested on Thursday, after a cop caught the infamous “Club Kid killer” hanging out in Kilmer Park in Concourse at 1:30am. (The park closes after dusk.)

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Authorities allege they found a bag of crystal meth and a pipe with residue in his jacket pocket.

Alig was the self-professed “King of Nightlife” in the mid-90s, masterminding parties like the notorious Disco 2000 at Limelight.

In 1996, he pleaded guilty to the murder of his dealer, Andre “Angel” Melendez. He served 17 years in prison for the crime.

As the story goes, he got into a fight with Melendez, which led to his friend Robert “Freeze” Riggs striking the dealer several times with a hammer.

Alig reacted by pouring Drano in Melendez’s mouth and taping it shut as the body lay in the tub. Then the two disco dollies chopped him up and threw his remains in the Hudson.

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He was released in May 2014.

After Thursday’s arrest, Alig was arraigned on drug possession and trespass charges.

He “pleaded guilty to trespass in exchange for a conditional discharge,” NYDN reports.

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