REVEALED: Alec Baldwin ‘screamed and CURSED’ at crew on Rust set then ‘changed his story’ after he killed Halyna Hutchins


In a new filing, Alec Baldwin has been accused of screaming and cursing at the crew on the Rust set, as prosecutors in New Mexico claim he rushed colleagues and compromised safety. 

Prosecutors filed the new documents saying the actor’s behavior on the tragic set contributed to ‘safety compromises’ that led to the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in 2021.

Details of the New Lawsuit

The government’s filing is in response to a legal motion by Baldwin asking to throw out the charges of involuntary manslaughter he faces in the killing. He is scheduled to go on trial in July. 

Baldwin, 66, had ‘no control of his emotions on set,’ was ‘inattentive’ during firearms training and ‘frequently screaming and cursing’ prior to the deadly incident, according to court documents obtained by People

‘To watch Mr Baldwin’s conduct on the set of Rust is to witness a man who has absolutely no control of his own emotions and absolutely no concern for how his conduct affects those around him,’ Prosecutors wrote in the filing.

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Accusation Against Him

‘Witnesses have testified that it was this exact conduct that contributed to safety compromises on set.’

Prosecutors say they also argue that Baldwin ‘shamelessly lied’ and changed his story after the shooting. 

He is Pleading ‘Not Guilty’

Baldwin has pleaded not guilty to an involuntary manslaughter charge in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer during a rehearsal on the Western movie set.

What Has Happened?

Baldwin, the lead actor and a co-producer on the Western movie Rust was pointing a gun at cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during a rehearsal outside Santa Fe in October 2021 when the gun went off, killing her and wounding director Joel Souza.

As it is

A grand jury in Santa Fe indicted Baldwin in January after prosecutors received a new analysis of that gun, renewing a charge that prosecutors originally filed and then dismissed in April 2023. Baldwin faces up to 18 months in prison if convicted.

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