More Heat for Alec Baldwin As Family of Halyna Hutchins Files Suit Claiming ‘To Leave This Unpunished Is Unallowable’

Alec Baldwin is about to find himself in more legal trouble as a result of the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Baldwins B-list movie “Rust” in 2021. Hutchins was killed on Oct. 21, 2021, after a gun Baldwin was holding fired on the New Mexico movie set. Baldwin was charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter on Jan. 31 for the shooting, over a year after Hutchins’ death. While Baldwin may be looking at some potential jail time, the optics surrounding the wrongful death lawsuit for Baldwin are terrible. Check this out.

Attorney Gloria Allred filed a lawsuit alleging battery, loss of consortium, infliction of emotional distress and more on behalf of Hutchins’ mother, sister and father, Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Allred further claimed that Hutchins was financially responsible for her family and had plans to bring them with her to live in America.

Hutchins was supporting her family in Ukraine with plans to bring them from the war-ravaged country to America, but because of Baldwin’s negligence that will no longer happen. That is, unless Baldwin is made to financially renumerate the entire family. However, Baldwin hasn’t even reached out to apologize to the family for his part in the shooting.

The lawsuit names Baldwin, producers of “Rust” and other defendants the lawyer argued are responsible for the death of Hutchins.

Allred told reporters that Baldwin had not reached out to the family and offered an apology since the fatal shooting on Oct. 21, 2021.

Photos of Hutchins along with her mother, father, sister and son were shown during the press conference. Her mother and sister made an appearance via video, where they gave a statement for the first time. The video was translated from Russian to English.

Accidents happen, and whatever the reason for the accidental death, it is classless of Baldwin to not even bother to reach out to the family. His alleged negligence took away a mother, sister, and daughter that can’t be replaced. The financial support can’t be replaced either, unless Baldwin is made to make amends. As for now even an apology has been too much. Baldwin has spent most of his time blaming other people and not taking responsibility for his actions. The family appeared on video for the filing of the civil suit.

“We are the sister and the mother of Halyna Hutchins. To lose my sister, at least personally for me, was a horrible experience,” Hutchins’ sister Svetlana Zemko said. “And it is one of the biggest losses of my life. And even more devastating is to see the utter suffering of our parents and how their health has sharply declined. “It is for this reason that I would like those who are at fault, for somebody to carry that responsibility. And not just someone, but that very someone who is truly responsible for this. I believe to let this go and to leave this unpunished is unallowable.”

The new civil lawsuit comes as Baldwin faces criminal charges in connection to Hutchins’ death.

“[This lawsuit] impacts him greatly because part of his strategy in resolving the criminal case revolves around whether or not he is seen as being culpable,” PR expert Eric Schiffer told Fox News Digital. “So, if he pleads guilty, that could hurt him on the civil side.”

With the civil suit and the criminal suit potentially playing off one another, Alec Baldwin could be in for a world of trouble, some of which could have been prevented if he had just been a decent person and reached out to the family. He didn’t, and now he might pay the price.

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