Baldwin was filming “Rust” when he dropped a shotgun – he was described as ‘cold’ – resulting in the death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins.
Alec Baldwin’s daughter is a staunch supporter in Ireland.
The 63-year-old actor has been the subject of headlines for days after dropping a shotgun on the set of his upcoming film “Rust” – he was told he was cold or “unloaded”, resulting in the death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins . .
An investigation has been launched into the New Mexico incident, although no charges have yet been filed. Director Joel Souza was also injured but has since been discharged from the hospital.
Shortly after shooting on Thursday, Ireland, 26, took to Instagram to share wishes for loved ones of Souza, Hutchins, and noted that she “wish I could hug my dad more tightly today.”
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On Wednesday, she continued to support her older man, praising a fan for sharing a positive memory of his father amid the ongoing investigation.
“Among some of the most disgusting and threatening comments, emails, text messages and voicemails… this beautiful comment alone,” the model wrote on a previous post with a screenshot of a fan’s supportive comment.
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Ireland Added: “I know my dad, you just don’t. I love you, dad.”
In his commentary, re-shared by Ireland, the fan recalled working on the film “Thomas and the Magic Railroad”, in which Baldwin stars as Mr. Conductor in a film about the popular children’s character Thomas the Tank Engine. Was seen.
“I used to deal with typing some pretty goofy celebrity riders back in my day, but not your father,” he wrote. Riders are requests that an artist makes as a benchmark of performance.
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“He just wanted to make sure he had milk and cereal in his hotel room when his daughter was coming over,” the commenter continued. “He was there. He was full rider. I will remember him forever.”
The film was filmed over the course of several months in 1999, just before Ireland turned four. At that time, Baldwin was married to Irish mother Kim Basinger.
Questions have arisen over who is to be held responsible for the firing incident as the firearm was discharged on Thursday. Charges are yet to be filed, although some believe the actor himself may face trial.