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Crew Member Suing Alec Baldwin Drops Potential “Game-Changing” Claim About “The Gun”



The situation for Alec Baldwin has just gone from bad to worse. The first “legal domino” has fallen. A crewmember is now suing Alec and others involved with the movie “Rust,” following the killing of Halyna Hutchins. And while that is likely “bad news” for Alec, that’s not the worst part of it. In the lawsuit, the crewmember reveals something very damning about that infamous gun Alec used to kill his cinematographer.

According. to the crewmember, the scene that Alec was shooting on that fateful and deadly day, did NOT require Alec to “fire” the weapon.

Yes, you heard that right…Alec’s scene did not require a “gunshot.”

So, this has many people wondering… “why did he pull the trigger?”

From TMZ

The key gaffer on “Rust” is now taking legal action against Alec Baldwin, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed and Dave Halls … suing them over the fatal shooting that killed Halyna Hutchins.

Serge Svetnoy just filed suit against the above-mentioned individuals — as well as others — claiming the defendants’ alleged negligence caused him severe emotional distress in the aftermath of it all.

According to the docs, obtained by TMZ, Svetnoy claims the bullet that struck both Hutchins and director Joel Souza actually zoomed by and nearly hit him too. Not just that, but the gaffer claims he was one of the first people on hand to tend to Halyna while she was profusely bleeding … attempting to comfort her and keep her conscious.

As for why he’s suing Baldwin, the suit claims he “owed a duty to the Plaintiff and other crew members and actors on the ‘Rust’ set to handle the Colt Revolver provided to him by defendant Halls with reasonable care and diligence for the safety of ‘Rust’ cast and crew.” It goes on to say, “This duty called for Defendant Baldwin to double-check the Colt Revolver with Halls upon being handled to ensure that it did not contain live ammunition.”

And, it goes on … “This duty further called for him [Baldwin] to handle the Colt Revolver as if it was loaded and to refrain from pointing it at anyone.” In other words, the suit claims negligence on Baldwin’s part.

And, there’s this … according to the lawsuit, the scene Baldwin was rehearsing did not call for him to pull the trigger. According to the lawsuit, the scene called for Baldwin to draw the gun and point it in the general direction of the camera, but, “the scene did not call for Defendant Baldwin to shoot the Colt Revolver.”

Now, that’s a bombshell and a “game-changer” if it’s accurate.

I have a feeling that a lot more “juicy nuggets” like this are going to come out about Alec and that gun.

Something has smelled “off” since the get-go on this story. Not sure what it is, but something hasn’t felt right this entire time.

Let’s hope they can sort this out because a wife and mother lost her life and someone has to pay for that.

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