The actor has alleged that he did not pull the trigger of a gun left on the sets of ‘Jung’
Hilaria Baldwin is showing her support for her husband, Alec Baldwin.
Hilaria, 37, has consistently shown support for Baldwin in the weeks following the shooting of “Rust,” in which cinematographer Helena Hutchins died.
She continued the trend with a new Instagram post on Wednesday.
In the photo, which appeared to be a mirror selfie, the married couple stood side-by-side as Hilaria posed for the picture.
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“One foot in front of the other,” she wrote, The star added a heart emoji.
The photo comes a day before Baldwin’s first formal interview and as the investigation into the shooting continues.
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In a preview of the tell-all, which has been heavily edited for the purpose of teasing the bigger interview, an emotional Baldwin says he didn’t pull the trigger.
“The trigger was not pulled,” he told George Stephanopoulos. “I didn’t pull the trigger.”
He adds: “No, no, no, no, I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger. Never.”
However, the Santa Fe Country Sheriff’s Department stated in a warrant that Baldwin “fired” the gun. Baldwin was holding a gun and rehearsing a scene for the film when a live round happened, killing Hutchins before being caught in director Joel Souza’s shoulder.
In the highly edited preview clip, Baldwin does not deny that he had a gun with him at the time, with the difference that he did not appear to have pulled the trigger.
Granthshala News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report