The daddy of late “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, Anatoly Androsovych, made it clear Sunday that he would not maintain actor Alec Baldwin liable for the demise of his daughter.
“We nonetheless cannot imagine Halyna is lifeless and her mom goes out of her thoughts with grief,” Anatoly stated as per Deadline. “However I do not maintain Alec Baldwin accountable.”
Nevertheless, Anatoly famous that it’s the “accountability” of those that had been dealing with the weapons at the moment, including, “[Halyna’s son] has been very badly affected — he’s misplaced with out his mom.”
In the meantime, the cinematographer’s youthful sister, Svetlana Androsovych, puzzled how a staff of execs might permit such “negligence” and questioned the investigation.
“How was this negligence allowed by such a staff of execs? That is simply such a fully absurd coincidence,” the outlet quoted her as saying. “I don’t know the place the investigation will lead, however there are such a lot of guesses.”
Svetlana additional famous that solely God is aware of what occurred on the units and it has been “extremely laborious to dwell via it.”
“The one factor we would like proper now could be to be there with my mum subsequent to Halyna’s husband and their son to ensure he feels our help,” she added.
The incident passed off when Baldwin discharged a “prop firearm” on the New Mexico set of his upcoming film, “Rust,” on Oct. 21. The 63-year-old actor broke his silence on Oct. 22.
On Twitter, Baldwin wrote, “There are not any phrases to convey my shock and unhappiness relating to the tragic accident that took the lifetime of Halyna Hutchins, a spouse, mom and deeply admired colleague of ours.”
In accordance with the actor, he’s already in contact with the cinematographer’s husband and is providing his help to him and his household.
Halyna’s husband, Matt Hutchins, additionally took to Twitter Saturday to share a photograph of his late spouse and their 9-year-old son, Andros.
“Our loss is big, and we ask that the media please respect my household’s privateness as we course of our grief,” he wrote within the caption. “We thank everybody for sharing photos and tales of her life.”
The filming of the film has been shut down following the tragic incident