Alec Baldwin has deactivated one of his two registered Twitter accounts only days after giving an emotional interview on ABC about the tragic attack on the set of Rust for the first time.
Statement By Alec Baldwin
Baldwin’s verified @alecbaldwin account was deactivated on Twitter on Sunday evening. Instead, the actor utilised that account to make his first formal remark since an on-set episode involving Baldwin on October 21 that murdered Rust’s cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza.
“There are no words to express my sorrow and anguish at the horrible event that claimed the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother, and well-regarded colleague of ours.” I am completely helping with the police inquiry into how this accident happened.
His Twitter Account
The actor’s verified Twitter account, @alecbaldwin__, is still active, although it has not been posted since October 19. Other Accounts on Twitter linked with Baldwin have also fallen silent or been established to complete privacy, with the actor’s foundation’s (@ABFalecbaldwin).
His wife’s (@HilariaBaldwin) accounts limiting access to approved followers only since early November, following Baldwin reposting Rust crewman Terese Magpale Davis’ comment denying an unsecured workplace environment on the production.
On Sunday evening, both Baldwin’s and Hilaria Baldwin’s Instagram profiles were still active. The Hollywood Reporter contacted Baldwin’s representative for comment but did not respond immediately.
On December 2, in his first sit-down interview since the incident, Baldwin offered Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos a thorough history of what transpired that day.
He fell in tears while recalling Hutchins. Baldwin informed Stephanopoulos that he would not like to wait for the litigation or inquiries to be resolved before giving his side of the story.