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An Alec Baldwin carrying an umbrella was filmed rushing towards a reporter who confronted him outside Woody Allen’s house in Manhattan.
Baldwin pitched reporter Jon Levine to the New York Post, but did not make contact, while facing his latest claims regarding his fatal shot of a director of photography in his western. Levine has grilled Alec over claims made in his first interview since he accidentally killed Halyna Hutchins.
This saw Baldwin claim that he hadn’t pulled the trigger and fired the shot that killed Hutchins, although the cops said he had.
The encounter, filmed outside Allen’s Upper East Side home on Monday evening, began with Baldwin’s wife, 63, Hilaria, 37, berating the reporter while holding up the camera of his phone and apparently filming it.
‘Sir. Baldwin, I have to ask you what brings you to New York, ”asked New York Post reporter Jon Levine, avoiding Baldwin’s wife to film the actor waiting at the ornate entrance to Allen’s house.
“I asked you to leave,” Hilaria said.
When Levine asked who lived on the property, looking across the actor’s wife as she again asked him to “please leave”, Baldwin turned on his heel and walked away. is rushed towards the reporter.
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Alec Baldwin turned on his heels and rushed over to reporter Jon Levine, as he continued to question him outside director Woody Allen’s house on the Upper East Side.
Before Alec Baldwin got tired of going after Jon Levine, Hilaria Baldwin scolded him and held up his phone’s camera
“You are not allowed to photograph on someone’s private house,” Baldwin shouted, gesturing with the umbrella firmly in his hand and sending Levine backing out onto the sidewalk.
Hilaria grabbed her husband, holding Baldwin back as he repeated the statement before the actor turned back for the door.
“It’s not… it’s public property,” Levine stammered, regaining his composure.
“Go away, stop,” Hilaria said as a man in a white shirt and tie opened the door to Allen’s house and Baldwin walked in, motioning for him to join him.
“You really didn’t pull the trigger?” Do you think it went off without you pulling the trigger? Was it a malfunction? Levine asked from the sidewalk as the door closed behind the Baldwins.
Woody Allen invited the disgraced actor to his family home (pictured), valued at over $ 17 million, where he lives with his wife Soon-Yi and their youngest daughter, Manzie.
Baldwin and Woody Allen are pictured in the 2013 filming of Blue Jasmine. They are longtime friends, Baldwin defending his boyfriend against allegations of sexual abuse
Halyna Hutchins has been described by Baldwin as ‘fantastic’ as he paid tribute to her vision and professionalism in an interview Thursday with ABC
Last Thursday, Baldwin tearfully contended that he hadn’t pulled the trigger and the gun had just “exploded” while in his hands on the set of the movie in New Mexico on October 21, killing Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.
“I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They are shocked. It’s loud, ”he said in an interview with ABC.
“Someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t tell who it is, but it’s not me. “
New York Post reporter Jon Levine (pictured) posted video of the tense interaction on Twitter on Monday
Baldwin has appeared in several Allen films, including “To Rome with Love” in 2012 and “Blue Jasmine” in 2013.
The outspoken actor has been a vocal supporter of his director friend in claiming that the 85-year-old allegedly assaulted his daughter Dylan Farrow, which were made public in 1992 and brought back to the public eye with the Netflix documentary by 2021, ‘Allen v. Give birth.’
Now, as Baldwin faces a national review for his actions on the set of Rust, Allen has invited the disgraced actor to his family home, valued at over $ 17 million, where he lives with his Soon-Yi wife and their youngest daughter, Manzie.
Baldwin said he “would have killed [himself]’if he felt responsible for the filming of Hutchins in Thursday’s ABC interview, where he spoke of the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place.
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Baldwin said he “would have killed [himself]’if he felt responsible for filming Hutchins in Thursday’s ABC interview (pictured) where he discussed the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place