Alec Baldwin, along with other producers of ‘Rust,’ call for a California judge to dismiss the lawsuit filed by script supervisors against them after Halyna HUTCHINS was shot and killed on set

  • Lawyers for Alec Baldwin are calling for suit from ‘Rust’ script superviser over Halyna Hutchin’s death to be thrown out 
  • Mamie Mitchell claimed Baldwin ‘intentionally cocked and fired loaded gun’ that fatally shot cinematographer
  • The shot was not required in the Western’s script, she suggested.
  • Baldwin’s lawyers claim that suit doesn’t suggest anyone knew prop held live ammunition before “unprecedented” incident
  • Yesterday’s submissions were filed at Los Angeles Superior Court
  • Following the filing of a complaint for general negligence by Serge Svetnoy against the production, he was sued 

Alec Baldwin lawyers have applied to throw out the second lawsuit against Baldwin over the death of Halyna HUTCHINS, the cinematographer.

The allegations made by Mamie Mitchell as script supervisor did not suggest that anyone knew the prop had live ammunition.

Mitchell files a complaint alleging that Mitchell was assaulted and inflicted emotional distress. Baldwin, according to Mitchell, “chosen Russian Roulette without first checking the loaded gun.” 

Baldwin’s attorneys responded to the claims in court documents that were submitted to an LA judge. They said nothing about the allegations of plaintiffs suggesting that the prop gun was loaded with live ammunition.

On November 11, Rust was shot to death on Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Lawyers for Alec Baldwin have appealed to have the second lawsuit brought against the actor over the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins thrown out

Alec Baldwin lawyers have applied to get the second lawsuit against Baldwin over the death of Halyna HUTCHINS, cinematographer, dismissed

Representatives said nothing in the allegations brought by script supervisor Mamie Mitchell suggested that anyone knew that the prop contained live ammunition leading up to the 'unprecedented' incident

Reps denied that they knew of any live ammunition in prop, as per Mamie Mitchell’s allegations.

Mitchell sues Baldwin for firing the weapon even though it was not required by the Western’s script.

According to lawyers, nothing in the allegations of plaintiffs suggests that the prop gun was intended for live ammunition.

“Moreover, the allegations of plaintiff do not suggest that any defendant knew that the prop gun had live ammunition.

“The absence of such accusations makes complete sense, because the incident seems to be unprecedented in filmmaking.”

The fatal shooting occurred on the set of Rust, on location in Santa Fe, New Mexico , in November. Pictured: Baldwin (second from left) with fellow cast members and Hutchins (centre), who was a 42-year-old married mother-of-one

On November 11, Rust was shot to death on set in Santa Fe (New Mexico). Pictured are Baldwin (second left), with cast members, and Hutchins (centre). Baldwin was a married father-of-one aged 42 years old.

Production of Rust, whose set is pictured in the aftermath of the shooting, was canned in the wake of Hutchins' death

The aftermath of Rust’s shooting is shown here. It was canned after Hutchins’ passing. 

Court records show that these submissions were submitted to Los Angeles Superior Court on January 24.

Gloria Allred, Gloria Mitchell’s lawyer, previously accused Baldwin of “Russian Roulette” when he fired his gun without first checking it or having it checked by an armorer.

Serge Svetnoy is also taking him to court over another incident.

In addition to Baldwin, nearly twenty-six defendants are named in both suits. These include David Halls who handed Baldwin his gun, and Hannah Gutierrez Reed (who was responsible for weapons).