Alec Baldwin Sued By A Crew Member Of Rust For Accidentally Shooting Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins

Alec Baldwin Sued By A Crew Member Of Rust For Accidentally Shooting Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins

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In
the
latest
development
on
the
tragic
accident
case
on
the
sets
of
the
movie

Rust

that
took
the
life
of
cinematographer
Halyna
Hutchins,
Alec
Baldwin
has
been
sued
by
a
crew
member
of
the
movie
for
accidentally
firing
a
prop
gun
at
Halyna.
The
lawsuit
has
also
been
filed
for
assistant
director
Dave
Halls
and
armourer
Hannah
Gutierrez
Reed.
A
chief
electrician
from
the
sets
of
the
movie
has
filed
this
negligence
lawsuit
according
to
the
court
documents.

Alec-Baldwin

A
report
in
Fox
News
states
that
Serge
Svetnoy
has
alleged
that
the
prop
gun
that
was
shot
by
Alec
Baldwin
that
killed
Halyna
Hutchins,
injured
Joel
D’souza,
also
went
on
to
narrowly
miss
him.
Serge
stated
that
Baldwin
being
the
actor
and
producer
of
the
movie
had
a
duty
to
make
sure
that
the
prop
gun
was
treated
like
a
loaded
weapon.
The
lawsuit
furthermore
mentions
that

The
Cat
In
The
Hat

actor
had
to
make
sure
that
the
gun
is
pointed
towards
the
camera
and
not
towards
any
person.

Rust: Alec Baldwin Calls For Police To Take Care Of The Gun Safety On The Sets Of The FilmRust:
Alec
Baldwin
Calls
For
Police
To
Take
Care
Of
The
Gun
Safety
On
The
Sets
Of
The
Film

Earlier
Serge
Svetnoy
had
mourned
the
loss
of
cinematographer
Halyna
Hutchins
on
his
social
media
handle.
He
had
stated,
“Yes,
I
was
standing
shoulder-to-shoulder
with
Halyna
during
this
fatal
shot
that
took
her
life
and
injured
the
director
Joel
Souza.
I
was
holding
her
in
my
arms
while
she
was
dying.
Her
blood
was
on
my
hands.”

Affidavit Reveals Alec Baldwin Was Told Prop Gun In Fatal Shooting On Set Was SafeAffidavit
Reveals
Alec
Baldwin
Was
Told
Prop
Gun
In
Fatal
Shooting
On
Set
Was
Safe

Earlier,
Alec
Baldwin
had
reportedly
urged
TV
and
film
productions
to
hire
police
officers
to
monitor
that
the
guns
used
in
the
shootings
are
safe.
The
actor
had
shared
the
same
on
his
social
media
handle.

The
Hunt
For
Red
October

actor
had
tweeted
stating,
“Every
film/TV
set
that
uses
guns,
fake
or
otherwise,
should
have
a
police
officer
on
set,
hired
by
the
production,
to
specifically
monitor
weapons
safety.”

Assistant
director
David
Halls
who
handed
Alec
Baldwin
the
loaded
gun
which
fatally
shot
the
cinematographer
on
the
set
of
Rust
had
also
opened
up
about
the
tragedy.
David
Halls
expressed
his
shock
and
grief
over
the
incident.
Along
with
armourer
Hannah
Gutierrez-Reed,
assistant
director
Halls
was
responsible
for
handling
and
checking
all
the
weapons
on
set.
Halls
had
reportedly
announced
‘cold
gun’,
before
handing
it
to
Baldwin.

Story first published: Thursday, November 11, 2021, 11:14 [IST]

Original news source Credit: www.filmibeat.com



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