Alec Baldwin

Prosecutors say negligence by a movie weapons supervisor in handling ammunition and weapons during the filming of the Western “Rust” contributed to actor Alec Baldwin fatally shooting a cinematographer during a rehearsal.
The actor, also a producer of the film, was pointing a gun at cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on set in 2021 when it went off, killing her.
Special prosecutors brought the case before a grand jury in Santa Fe this week, months after receiving a new analysis of the gun that was used.
The videos, shared by NBC News on Wednesday, were reportedly filmed days prior to the deadly on-set shooting in 2021.
Initial charges against the actor were dropped in April, about a year and a half after the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
The model posted a few photos of her daughter, Holland, who was born in May.
“The trigger had to be pulled,” declares a report prepared for New Mexico prosecutors, contradicting the actor's denial.
Hannah Gutierrez-Reed previously tried to get the charges dismissed, but will now go to trial on Dec. 6.
Hannah Gutierrez-Reed is the sole remaining defendant in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
“This is probably, most definitely, almost completely my last baby,” she said.