After the horrific accident that left one dead on the Western movie set of “Rust,” a new lawsuit suggested that the star of the film, Alec Baldwin, was never meant to fire the gun that killed Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in the first place. According to the script supervisor on the film, Baldwin is ultimately to blame since he never actually checked the gun himself, and again, the scene never called for the pistol to be discharged. 

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Speaking with the press about the lawsuit being brought against the production company, attorney Gloria Allred, who is representing the script supervisor, Mamie Mitchell, said, “In our opinion, Mr. Baldwin chose to play Russian Roulette when he fired a gun without checking it and without having the armorer do so in his presence.” 

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Focusing not just on Baldwin, Allred, as you can see in the video above, also points out the numerous safety protocols that were broken one set. 

As for the scene in question, the script only called for three camera shots. (1) was supposed to be one of Baldwin’s eyes. (2) was a shot of a bloodstain. And (3) was a close-up on Baldwin’s torso as he reached for the gun in question. Again, nowhere in the scene did it call for the weapon to be discharged, yet Baldwin did. 

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The lawsuit adds the actor “intentionally, without just cause or excuse, cocked and fired the loaded gun even though the upcoming scene did not call for the cocking and firing of a firearm.”

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