Actor Alec Baldwin spoke in front of the camera for the first time about the death of photographer Helena Hutchins, who was shot while filming. In a video on an entertainment site TMZ Baldwin talks about a terrible event. He says he is in constant contact with the Hutchins family and calls the deceased woman “my friend.”
There is no question about a real interview. The video was filmed on the side of the road. In it, Baldwin says that he and his family have been chased by the paparazzi and his children are crying in the car, but he answers some questions “out of politeness”. Baldwin’s wife tries to keep him out of the conversation. In the end, the actor asks the photographers who are hunting to leave his family alone.
Baldwin used on October 21 when shooting for the movie Rust Pistol believed to have been discharged. Hutchins He was fatally shotDirector Joel Sousa was injured. Police investigations focus on two individuals responsible for the weapons found in the Western Collection. No one has been charged yet.
In the video, Baldwin continues to say that he assumes that Rust It was never completed. He does not answer questions about police investigations or his future. He says he is “extremely interested” in possible measures to limit the use of guns on film sets.
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