Lawsuit: Alec Baldwin Had No Reason To Fire The Gun In Rust Shooting

Santa Fe-area District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies said last week that investigators have experienced no proof against him to sabotage.

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New Delhi: On Wednesday, A lawsuit filed charges that Alec Baldwin had recklessly fired the gun when it wasn’t called for in the script when he shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and harmed chief Joel Souza on the New Mexico set of the film Rust. 

The lawsuit from the script supervisor namely Mamie Mitchell says, “There was nothing in the script about the gun being discharged by DEFENDANT BALDWIN or by any other person,”

Like last week’s from head of lighting Serge Svetnoy, it has been filed in Los Angeles Superior Court and names numerous defendants including Baldwin, who was both star and a maker; David Halls who was the assistant director who gave Baldwin the firearm; and Hannah Gutierrez Reed, who was accountable for weapons on the set.

Baldwin said on video that the shooting was a “one in a trillion event” saying, “We were a very, very well-oiled crew shooting a film together and then this horrible event happened.”

Santa Fe-area District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies said last week that investigators have experienced no proof against him to sabotage.

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