That Saturday, actor Alec Baldwin made it clear that any suggestion that he was not collaborating with the police investigation into the firing of a gun that killed a victim on a New Mexico film set last October is a lie.
It concerns a search warrant for Baldwin’s cell phone, which the authorities hope to provide useful information for the investigation. Baldwin was holding a revolver during a rehearsal for his film “Rust” when he went off and killed the cameraman Halyna Hutchins and wounding the director of the tape.
The authorities still do not have the actor’s cell phone in their possession.
Baldwin said in a message posted on Instagram Saturday that New Mexico needs to go through the NYPD and that the process of pinpointing needs will take time.
What does Baldwin say about his cell phone?
“You can’t just look at your phone and your pictures or love letters to your wife or whatever you have,” he added.
Baldwin said he didn’t know the gun he was holding was loaded with real ammunition when it was fired. Investigators are trying to find out where the real cartridge came from and regarding the search warrant on Baldwin’s phone, investigators said they were interested in text messages, pictures, videos, calls, or other information related to the film.
“Any allegation that I will not comply with the requests, orders, demands or search warrants on my phone is nonsense, it is a lie,” he said.
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