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Alec Baldwin reveals a shocking truth in his first TV interview since the shooting... Video

Alec Baldwin reveals a shocking truth in his first TV interview since the shooting... Video

In a short clip released Wednesday from his first TV interview since the October shooting, Alec Baldwin said he didn't shoot director of photography Helena Hutchins on the set of "Rust," and also revealed that he has no slightest clue. An idea of ​​how live ammunition got into the weapon.

Alec Baldwin reveals a shocking truth in his first TV interview since the shooting... Video In a short clip released Wednesday from his first TV interview since the October shooting, Alec Baldwin said he didn't shoot director of photography Helena Hutchins on the set of "Rust," and also revealed that he has no slightest clue. An idea of ​​how live ammunition got into the weapon.


Alec Baldwin's first interview

In his first television interview, Alec Baldwin told ABC News that he did not point the gun at director of photography Helena Hutchins on the set of "Rust", and when asked why he aimed the gun at the latter, despite not having it in the script, Alec Baldwin said "I've never aimed a gun at anyone," Alec Baldwin replied, "I have no idea how the live bullet got to anyone." He couldn't believe what had happened so far, and when the interviewer asked him if the shooting was the worst thing that had ever happened to him, he said, "Yes, because I'm always thinking what I could have done?"


Behind the scenes of Alec Baldwin's first TV interview

Alec Baldwin made these statements, in an interview with journalist George Stephanopoulos for ABC News, and the interview was recorded on Tuesday, and is scheduled to be broadcast in the United States on Thursday evening. It lasted 80 minutes as rich and important, and Alec Baldwin described him as tiring but very frank and straightforward. The strangest thing I've ever been through."


Alec Baldwin accident details

Alec Baldwin's director of photography, Helena Hutchins, was shot while rehearsing what was believed to be a safe weapon on the set of "Rust" in New Mexico. Souza, according to court records, was given to Alec Baldwin by the film's assistant director, Dave Halls, who was unaware that it contained live ammunition, and Halls revealed that he received the gun from gunsmith Hana Gutierrez Reid.


And on the latest developments, lawyers for Hana Gutierrez Reid said that she does not know where the live ammunition came from, this question is now under police investigation, and earlier this week, investigators obtained permission to search the headquarters of a weapons supplier in the United States, and stated in an affidavit With the note, the police were told that the film's ammunition came from multiple sources, not a single source, and it is stated in the investigation records that the ammunition supplier, Seth Kenny, told investigators that the live bullet may have been from some resupplied ammunition, and said that the ammunition he provided for the film consisted of Mock shots, according to the affidavit.


Photos from Alec Baldwin's account and The Alec Baldwin Show's Instagram account

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