Alec Baldwin engaged in 'horseplay' with firearm before deadly 'Rust' shooting, prosecutors say

Courts have released new documents detailing the prosecution case against Alec Baldwin over the death of Halyna Hutchins, on the set of the film "Rust," alleging he engaged in horseplay with firearms, disregarding industry safety standards.

The documents claim that before the incident that lead to Hutchins' death, Baldwin had engaged in reckless behavior with firearms on set, including waving them around and acting like a "complete nut". It is claimed that Baldwin had fired a blank round at a crew member he was using to establish his line of sight, which is a stark reminder of the difference between actors and regular people. Experts and average people alike are questioning why anyone would ever point a functional firearm at a human being, let alone pull the trigger.

This latest update in the case against Baldwin, who is set to stand trial for manslaughter in July, will surely add to the growing calls for justice for the late Hutchins, whose death has resonated worldwide with calls to make film sets safer. The documentary "Studios, Safety, and the Halyna Hutchins Tragedy" premiers on Hulu on June 22nd, 2024 and will likely add to the spotlight on industry safety.

The documentary "Rust" premiers on HBO max on the same day, and will include an interview with Baldwin, his first since the incident. With all this attention focused on the industry, changes and reviews of safety protocols are expected to occur. The big question is, will it be enough to prevent future incidents?

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