October 2, 2022
Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin delete Twitter accounts days after his emotional ABC interview

Alec Baldwin and his spouse Hilaria Baldwin have each deleted their Twitter accounts, days after he gave an emotional interview to ABC Information in regards to the unintended Rust shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Alec’s now-deleted account, @AlecBaldwin, was beforehand used for official statements relating to the Oct. 21 incident. The account for Alec’s basis, @ABFalecbaldwin, and Hilaria’s account, @HilariaBaldwin, had been additionally each gone as of Monday morning. The Instagram accounts for the 2 stars stay lively. 

Alec, 63, was holding the gun that discharged and killed Hutchins, 42, and injured director Joel Souza on the set of the Western film.

A couple of month later, on Nov. 17, he and different Rust producers were named in a lawsuit filed by script supervisor Mamie Mitchell, who was allegedly standing within the line of fireplace when the gun went off. An investigation is ongoing.

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin | Credit score: Jamie McCarthy/Getty

In his ABC Information interview with George Stephanopoulos, which aired on Thursday, Alec claimed that he never pulled the trigger — he simply cocked it and “let go of the hammer” when it fired.

Elsewhere within the interview, the actor stated he had goals “constantly” in regards to the day of the taking pictures, particularly with pictures of weapons that “keep me awake at night.” 

“I’ve been struggling physically. I’m exhausted from this because I gotta try to be there for my kids. My family is all I have. Honest to God, I couldn’t give a s— about my career anymore,” stated Baldwin.

“You felt shock, you felt anger, you felt sadness. Do you feel guilt?” Stephanopoulos later requested.

Alec replied, “No. Someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t say who that is, but I know it’s not me. I mean, honest to God, if I felt that I was responsible, I might have killed myself if I thought I was responsible. I don’t say that lightly.”

Alec Baldwin | Credit score: Mark Sagliocco/Getty

After it aired, Hilaria, 37, penned a lengthy tribute to her husband on Instagram, sharing that she was “afraid” for him to open up in regards to the tragedy. 

“Our public life is one that brings great joy in connecting with amazing people and tremendous trauma when it gets dark,” the mother of six wrote. “The opinions + monetization of us get loud and overwhelming. I was afraid for you to open up because I’ve seen your spirit crushed, your mental health shattered, your soul in unimaginable pain. Sometimes I wonder how much one body, one mind can take. I don’t want to lose you.”

She continued, “You know yourself and wanted to speak. I am proud of you. We become scared and crumble as some speak about us, for us, gossip, conspiracies, ALL OF THE DAMN OPINIONS. Everything gets twisted and turned, torn apart, picked at, even invented.”

“We honor Halyna and her family. To hopefully figure out how this happened and whatever we can do to make sure it never happens again,” she concluded. “My Alec, I am here to heal any of your pain that I can. I am not going anywhere. Onward to being Alec and Hilaria, messy, emotions strong, but lots and lots of love—until the very end.” 

On Friday, a two-hour 20/20 particular will delve into the occasions forward of the taking pictures on Rust and the investigations.

The episode will air at 9:01 p.m. EST on ABC and will likely be accessible to stream on Hulu the following day. 



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