The Father Of The Woman Who Was Sh*t By Alec Baldwin Has Broken His Silence


When news broke that Alec Baldwin had a**iden*ally k*l*ed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie Rust, the world gasped. Alec Baldwin may not be liked by many people – he did portray former President Trump in a negative light during many appearances on Saturday Night Live – but no one ever thought that Baldwin would be a k*l*ed. However, Hutchins’s death was a**iden*al as Baldwin had been assured that the prop gun he was using was unloaded and harmless, which it wasn’t.

Now, the father of the victim has stepped forward to speak about the tragedy and what it means for him and his family. In a shocking statement, Anatoly Androsovych, the victim’s father, declared that he believes Alec Baldwin must “be held partially responsible” for the death of his daughter since he was the one who pulled the trigger that k*l*ed the promising young woman.

“I can’t understand the behavior of Alec,” Androsovych recently told The Sun. “Why did he sweep out his tweets when it became clear the shooting was on rehearsal?”

The victim’s father added, “And why did he fire the sh*t during the preparations? The revolver is the type of gun which doesn’t shoot before the trigger is pressed, and Alec is partially guilty for causing that sh*t.”

Clearly, the victim’s father is grasping at answers to something that is simply hard to understand.

“It is clear to me Baldwin fired the sh*t from his hand, so it’s hard for me to understand how he cannot be held partly responsible for my daughter’s death,” Androsovych said. He also fears that Halyna’s son, Andros, who is only nine years old, will never “ever fully recover” from the tragedy.

“Andros is slowly getting back to life, but this is a huge blow for all of us.”

After the k*lli*g of Hutchins, Baldwin turned to Twitter to explain his side of the story. Although some people called his statement “tone-deaf,” Baldwin wanted to assure his fans that he didn’t mean to k*ll the Director of Photography. He also injured the director of the film when the gun fired.

Baldwin Has Broken His Silence
By Alice Edwards – Updated December 23, 2022

When news broke that Alec Baldwin had a**iden*ally k*led cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie Rust, the world gasped. Alec Baldwin may not be liked by many people – he did portray former President Trump in a negative light during many appearances on Saturday Night Live – but no one ever thought that Baldwin would be a k*ler. However, Hutchins’s death was a**iden*ally as Baldwin had been assured that the prop gun he was using was unloaded and harmless, which it wasn’t.

Now, the father of the victim has stepped forward to speak about the tragedy and what it means for him and his family. In a shocking statement, Anatoly Androsovych, the victim’s father, declared that he believes Alec Baldwin must “be held partially responsible” for the death of his daughter since he was the one who pulled the trigger that k*led the promising young woman.

“I can’t understand the behavior of Alec,” Androsovych recently told The Sun. “Why did he sweep out his tweets when it became clear the shooting was on rehearsal?”

The victim’s father added, “And why did he fire the sh*t during the preparations? The revolver is the type of gun which doesn’t shoot before the trigger is pressed, and Alec is partially guilty for causing that .”

Clearly, the victim’s father is grasping at answers to something that is simply hard to understand.

“It is clear to me Baldwin fired the sh*t from his hand, so it’s hard for me to understand how he cannot be held partly responsible for my daughter’s death,” Androsovych said. He also fears that Halyna’s son, Andros, who is only nine years old, will never “ever fully recover” from the tragedy.

“Andros is slowly getting back to life, but this is a huge blow for all of us.”

After the k*li*g of Hutchins, Baldwin turned to Twitter to explain his side of the story. Although some people called his statement “tone-deaf,” Baldwin wanted to assure his fans that he didn’t mean to k*/ll the Director of Photography. He also injured the director of the film when the gun fired.

“There are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic a**iden*all that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother, and deeply admired colleague of ours. I’m fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred,” wrote Baldwin at the time.

He added, “I am in touch with her husband, offering my support to him and his family. My heart is broken for her husband, their son, and all who knew and loved Halyna.”

Shortly after the a**iden*allyt, Androsovych blamed the film’s armory team for giving Baldwin a loaded gun and that he did not “hold Alec Baldwin responsible — t is the responsibility of the props people who handle the guns.”

No matter what comes out of this tragedy, it is a terribly sad a**iden*ally. Clearly, Baldwin did not mean to hurt Hutchins or the film’s director. Moviemakers need to be very careful when handling firearms on the set of films.


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