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emceed a human rights event in New York City on Thursday night, his first public event since he fatally shot Halyna Hutchins in October and just days after he menaced out at a reporter with an umbrella outside Woody Allen’s townhouse.

Baldwin, 63, was the master of ceremonies at the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Awards Gala at the New York Midtown Manhattan Hotel with his Boston-born wife , 37. He opened the event by telling the audience ‘it’s great to be together in person.’

He introduced the late Bobby Kennedy’s daughter, lawyer Kerry Kennedy, to the stage, and her daughters with disgraced former New York Governor were in attendance. 

Kennedy sang Baldwin’s praises, rattling off a list of public service engagements to human  rights the actor had supported since she met him at a cocktail party in 1980, according to .

‘He’s there. He’s there in good times and bad, in your good times and bad and his good times and bad, he always shows up,’ she lauded. ‘I’m so proud.’ 

Alec Baldwin (pictured), 63, hosted the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award Gala with his Boston-born wife Hilaria Baldwin, 37. He opened the event by telling the audience 'it's great to be together in person'

Alec Baldwin (pictured), 63, hosted the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award Gala with his Boston-born wife Hilaria Baldwin, 37. He opened the event by telling the audience ‘it’s great to be together in person’

Alec and Hilaria are pictured with Kerry Kennedy, left. Kennedy praised Alec at the gala: 'He's there. He's there in good times and bad, in your good times and bad and his good times and bad, he always shows up,' she lauded. 'I'm so proud'

Alec and Hilaria are pictured with Kerry Kennedy, left. Kennedy praised Alec at the gala: ‘He’s there. He’s there in good times and bad, in your good times and bad and his good times and bad, he always shows up,’ she lauded. ‘I’m so proud’

Alec Baldwin looked absolutely jubilant while chatting with former Congresswoman Stacey Abrams (left)

Alec Baldwin looked absolutely jubilant while chatting with former Congresswoman Stacey Abrams (left)

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin were photographed leaving their Manhattan apartment for the Hilton for the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Awards Gala

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin were photographed leaving their Manhattan apartment for the Hilton for the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Awards Gala

Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo (left), Kerry Kennedy (center), and Cara Kennedy-Cuomo (right) attend the 2021 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award Gala

Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo (left), Kerry Kennedy (center), and Cara Kennedy-Cuomo (right) attend the 2021 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award Gala

Kerry Kennedy (left), Elizabeth Frawley Bagley (center) and George Vradenburg (right)

Kerry Kennedy (left), Elizabeth Frawley Bagley (center) and George Vradenburg (right)

Alec Baldwin is seen getting into his car to head to the Ripple for Hope Awards Gala on Thursday

Alec Baldwin is seen getting into his car to head to the Ripple for Hope Awards Gala on Thursday

Vice President Kamala Harris appeared virtually at the event. This year's honorees were Stacey Abrams, Amanda Gorman, Deven Parekh (managing director of Insight Partners), José E. Feliciano (co-founder and managing partner of Clearlake Capital Group), and Hans Vestberg (chairman and CEO of Verizon)

Vice President Kamala Harris appeared virtually at the event. This year’s honorees were Stacey Abrams, Amanda Gorman, Deven Parekh (managing director of Insight Partners), José E. Feliciano (co-founder and managing partner of Clearlake Capital Group), and Hans Vestberg (chairman and CEO of Verizon)

Vice President Kamala Harris appeared virtually at the event. This year’s honorees were Stacey Abrams, Amanda Gorman, Deven Parekh (managing director of Insight Partners), José E. Feliciano (co-founder and managing partner of Clearlake Capital Group), and Hans Vestberg (chairman and CEO of Verizon). 

The actor earned laughter from the event’s 750 attendees, who all shared proof of vaccination, when he reminded them that he and Hilaria ‘have six kids,’ and he would do ‘anything to get out of the house for 30 minutes.’

Hilaria shared a family photo with of those children — daughters Carmen Gabriela, 8, Maria Lucia Victoria, 8 months, Rafael Thomas, 6, Leonardo Angel Charles, 5, Romeo Alejandra David, Woman Domination 3, and Eduardo Pao Lucas, 13 months — as they shopped for a Christmas tree yesterday. 

Hilaria shared a family photo with of those children - daughters Carmen Gabriela, 8, Maria Lucia Victoria, 8 months, Rafael Thomas, 6, Leonardo Angel Charles, 5, Romeo Alejandra David, 3, and Eduardo Pao Lucas, 13 months - as they shopped for a Christmas tree yesterday

Hilaria shared a family photo with of those children — daughters Carmen Gabriela, 8, Maria Lucia Victoria, 8 months, Rafael Thomas, 6, Leonardo Angel Charles, 5, Romeo Alejandra David, 3, and Eduardo Pao Lucas, 13 months — as they shopped for a Christmas tree yesterday

Baldwin is seen carrying a Christmas tree in Hilaria's Wednesday Instagram post

In Hilaria's Instagram story, an uncharacteristically vibrant-looking Baldwin hefted a tied tree over his shoulder: 'swear this tree is 25 feet long and 5 thousand pounds'

In her Instagram story, an uncharacteristically vibrant-looking Baldwin hefted a tied tree over his shoulder: ‘swear this tree is 25 feet long and 5 thousand pounds’

In her Instagram story, an uncharacteristically vibrant-looking Baldwin hefted a tied tree over his shoulder: ‘swear this tree is 25 feet long and 5 thousand pounds.’ 

Days earlier, on Monday, New York Post reporter Jon Levine was sent scrambling back onto the sidewalk when he confronted the Baldwin couple outside Woody Allen’s townhouse on the Upper East Side. 

When he kept grilling Alec Baldwin as he waited on Allen’s front doorstep, despite HIlaria Baldwin’s outstretched cellphone and repeated invocations to ‘go away,’ Baldwin whipped around and brandished an umbrella at the reporter, telling him that he wasn’t ‘supposed to photograph onto private property.’

When the reporter asked whether Alec maintained that he never pulled the trigger of the Colt .45 that discharged on the Rust set, killing Halyna Hutchins, they shut the door behind them. 

Hilaria recounted the incident on social media today before the pair left for the gala, sharing the video that she took of the reporter. When she told Levine to ‘please walk away,’ he calmly replied ‘I’m allowed to stand here, this is public property.’

‘You were walking in that direction, I’m going to call the police if you don’t leave,’ she said.

‘Call the police, please,’ Levine shot back. 

Hilaria took to Instagram to tell her side of the Monday interaction with the New York Post reporter

Hilaria took to Instagram to tell her side of the Monday interaction with the New York Post reporter

Hilaria penned paragraphs of text to accompany her video, writing that she ‘needed to speak up about this.’

‘This man’s eyes light up, when he saw us, as if he were a kid in a candy shop. He tried to talk to us and we said no… I asked him many times to please stop & leave us alone. I started filming. He snickers, loves his harassment,’ she wrote.

‘My husband has PTSD, has had for a long time, now, worse than ever. Some take advantage by poking at him, trying to rile him up, messing with his mental health. It works sometimes. I try to ward it off. This is a good example.’

Alec hopped into the comments on the post, writing ‘I want all of your followers to get ready for my new book, GO F*** YOURSELF. It’s about cancel culture.’  

Hilaria made claims that her embattled husband is suffering from PTSD earlier that day, and said it began ‘long before the Rust shooting.’

It’s something that is not just from what happened recently but he’s been suffering from this for a very, very, very long time…’ 

The posts come as Alec shared an open letter from members of the Rust film crew and cast members on Instagram, hitting back at claims that the set was ‘chaotic, dangerous and exploitative’ in the days leading up to the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

  letter Alec shared on Instagram, which was signed by over 20 crew and cast members, begins by saying the writers of the letter were not influenced to make such a statement by any of the producers on set, including Baldwin. 

It adds that the signing crewmembers ‘believe the public narrative surrounding our workplace tragedy is inadequate and wish to express a more adequate account of our experience.’   

Last Thursday, Baldwin tearfully maintained that he didn’t pull the trigger and that the gun just ‘went off’ while in his hands on the set of the movie in New Mexico on October 21, killing Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.

Filming a scene inside an Old West-style church, Baldwin apparently aimed towards the camera and pulled the trigger, accidentally killing Halyna Hutchins (pictured) as she filmed him, and injuring Souza, who stood behind her.

Filming a scene inside an Old West-style church, Baldwin apparently aimed towards the camera and pulled the trigger, accidentally killing Halyna Hutchins (pictured) as she filmed him, and injuring Souza, who stood behind her.

‘I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud,’ he said in an interview with ABC. 

‘Someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t say who it is, but it’s not me.’

 Baldwin said he ‘would have killed [himself]’ if he felt responsible for shooting Hutchins in the Thursday ABC interview, where he discussed the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place.

 ‘She’s getting me to position the gun — everything is at her direction. I draw the gun, to her marker. I’m not shooting to the camera lens, I’m shooting just off. In her direction. This was a completely incidental shot, that may not have ended up in the film.’

Baldwin said he 'would have killed [himself]' if he felt responsible for shooting Hutchins in the Thursday ABC interview (pictured) where he discussed the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place

Baldwin said he ‘would have killed [himself]’ if he felt responsible for shooting Hutchins in the Thursday ABC interview (pictured) where he discussed the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place

Baldwin says he cocked the gun, and was discussing with Hutchins how it looked on camera. 

‘I’m just showing. I go, ‘How ’bout that? Does that work? You see that? Do you see that?’  And then she goes, «Yeah, that’s good.»

‘I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud. They don’t have their earplugs in. 

 ‘No one was — the gun was supposed to be empty. I was told I was handed an empty gun. If they were cosmetic rounds, nothing with a charge at all, a flash round, nothing. 

‘She goes down, I thought to myself, «Did she faint?» The notion that there was a live round in that gun did not dawn on me ’till probably 45 minutes to an hour later.’

He added: ‘Well, she’s laying there and I go, «Did she hit by wadding? Was there a blank?» Sometimes those blank rounds have a wadding inside that packs, it’s like a cloth that packs the gunpowder in. Sometimes wadding comes out, it can hit people, and it could feel like a little bit of a poke. 

 Baldwin said he ‘would have killed [himself]’ if he felt responsible for shooting Hutchins in the Thursday ABC interview, where he discussed the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place.   

‘She’s getting me to position the gun — everything is at her direction. I draw the gun, to her marker. I’m not shooting to the camera lens, I’m shooting just off. In her direction. This was a completely incidental shot, that may not have ended up in the film.’

The colt pistol accidentally went off and pierced Halyna Hutchin's chest on Thursday

The colt pistol accidentally went off and pierced Halyna Hutchin’s chest on Thursday

Baldwin says he cocked the gun, and was discussing with Hutchins how it looked on camera. 

‘I’m just showing. I go, ‘How ’bout that? Does that work? You see that? Do you see that?’  And then she goes, «Yeah, that’s good.»

‘I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud. They don’t have their earplugs in. 

 ‘No one was — the gun was supposed to be empty. I was told I was handed an empty gun. If they were cosmetic rounds, nothing with a charge at all, a flash round, nothing. 

‘She goes down, I thought to myself, «Did she faint?» The notion that there was a live round in that gun did not dawn on me ’till probably 45 minutes to an hour later.’

He added: ‘Well, she’s laying there and I go, «Did she hit by wadding? Was there a blank?» Sometimes those blank rounds have a wadding inside that packs, it’s like a cloth that packs the gunpowder in. Sometimes wadding comes out, it can hit people, and it could feel like a little bit of a poke.      

 ‘But no one could understand. Did she have a heart attack? Because remember the idea that someone put a live bullet in the gun was not even in reality.» 

‘I never pulled the trigger. No, no, no. You would never do that.’

 But many have continued to question Alec Baldwin’s version of events since the interview aired on Thursday. 

 Bryan W. Carpenter, a weapons armorer who works for Dark Thirty Film Services, said he was skeptical that Baldwin never pulled the trigger.

‘In order to make it fire, you have to put your thumb up onto the hammer, cock the hammer all the way back, and then as the hammer is completely cocked back, then you pull the trigger and then the gun fires,’ Carpenter told . ‘So that’s very important because that gun had to have two step process to fire. It had to be cocked and the trigger pulled to fire.’

Carpenter continued: ‘Once you cock the hammer back on one of those old west guns, it doesn’t take a lot to set that trigger off.’

His comments come after Santa Fe Sheriff Adan Mendoza told the outlet that ‘guns don’t just go off. So whatever needs to happen to manipulate the firearm, [Baldwin] did that and it was in his hands.’ 

Some on social media were also skeptical of Baldwin’s claim that he didn’t pull the trigger. 

‘The only way any firearm is going to fire is if the trigger mechanism is pulled or jolted hard on older weapons. I.E. dropped, banged hard,’ tweeted one user. ‘Do you truly believe people are so stupid to believe your nonsense?’

‘Good grief his «acting» is horrendous,’ tweeted another. ‘Western style handguns either require the shooter cock the weapon first or don’t. Either way, this weapon had the trigger pulled. It wasn’t dropped.

  ‘@AlecBaldwin had it in his hands and killed Halyna and wounded another. Man up, already.’

Detectives are now investigating whether Seth Kenney, a 51-year-old Hollywood veteran who was supposed to provide the film with dummy rounds and blanks, may have sent recycled bullets from a previous set, according to an affidavit filed by the Sante Fe County Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators there continue to probe Hutchins’ death, and have yet to file any criminal charges.  

 

 

                  

 

 

 

 

 

  

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Alec Baldwin turned on his heels and sprang toward reporter Jon Levine, as he continued to ask him questions outside the director Woody Allen's Upper East Side home

Alec Baldwin turned on his heels and sprang toward reporter Jon Levine, as he continued to ask him questions outside the director Woody Allen’s Upper East Side home

Before fed-up Alec Baldwin snapped at Jon Levine, Hilaria Baldwin scolded him and brandished her phone camera

Before fed-up Alec Baldwin snapped at Jon Levine, Hilaria Baldwin scolded him and brandished her phone camera

Woody Allen invited the disgraced actor to his family home (pictured), assessed at over $17 million, where he lives with wife Soon-Yi and youngest daughter, Manzie.

Woody Allen invited the disgraced actor to his family home (pictured), assessed at over $17 million, where he lives with wife Soon-Yi and youngest daughter, Manzie.

Baldwin and Woody Allen are pictured in 2013 while filming Blue Jasmine. They are longtime friends, with Baldwin defending his pal against sex abuse claims

Baldwin and Woody Allen are pictured in 2013 while filming Blue Jasmine. They are longtime friends, with Baldwin defending his pal against sex abuse claims 

Halyna Hutchins was described by Baldwin as 'fantastic', as he paid tribute to her vision and professionalism in a Thursday interview with ABC

Halyna Hutchins was described by Baldwin as ‘fantastic’, as he paid tribute to her vision and professionalism in a Thursday interview with ABC

Baldwin said he ‘would have killed [himself]’ if he felt responsible for shooting Hutchins in the Thursday ABC interview, where he discussed the aftermath of the fatal shooting for the first time since it took place.   

‘She’s getting me to position the gun — everything is at her direction. I draw the gun, to her marker. I’m not shooting to the camera lens, I’m shooting just off. In her direction. This was a completely incidental shot, that may not have ended up in the film.’

Baldwin says he cocked the gun, and was discussing with Hutchins how it looked on camera. 

‘I’m just showing. I go, ‘How ’bout that? Does that work? You see that? Do you see that?’  And then she goes, «Yeah, that’s good.»

‘I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud. They don’t have their earplugs in. 

 ‘No one was — the gun was supposed to be empty. I was told I was handed an empty gun. If they were cosmetic rounds, nothing with a charge at all, a flash round, nothing. 

‘She goes down, I thought to myself, «Did she faint?» The notion that there was a live round in that gun did not dawn on me ’till probably 45 minutes to an hour later.’

He added: ‘Well, she’s laying there and I go, «Did she hit by wadding? Was there a blank?» Sometimes those blank rounds have a wadding inside that packs, it’s like a cloth that packs the gunpowder in. Sometimes wadding comes out, it can hit people, and it could feel like a little bit of a poke.      

 ‘But no one could understand. Did she have a heart attack? Because remember the idea that someone put a live bullet in the gun was not even in reality.» 

‘I never pulled the trigger. No, no, no. You would never do that.’

 But many have continued to question Alec Baldwin’s version of events since the interview aired on Thursday. 

 Bryan W. Carpenter, a weapons armorer who works for Dark Thirty Film Services, said he was skeptical that Baldwin never pulled the trigger.

‘In order to make it fire, you have to put your thumb up onto the hammer, cock the hammer all the way back, and then as the hammer is completely cocked back, then you pull the trigger and then the gun fires,’ Carpenter told . ‘So that’s very important because that gun had to have two step process to fire. It had to be cocked and the trigger pulled to fire.’

Carpenter continued: ‘Once you cock the hammer back on one of those old west guns, it doesn’t take a lot to set that trigger off.’

His comments come after Santa Fe Sheriff Adan Mendoza told the outlet that ‘guns don’t just go off. So whatever needs to happen to manipulate the firearm, [Baldwin] did that and it was in his hands.’ 

Some on social media were also skeptical of Baldwin’s claim that he didn’t pull the trigger. 

‘The only way any firearm is going to fire is if the trigger mechanism is pulled or jolted hard on older weapons. I.E. dropped, banged hard,’ tweeted one user. ‘Do you truly believe people are so stupid to believe your nonsense?’

‘Good grief his «acting» is horrendous,’ tweeted another. ‘Western style handguns either require the shooter cock the weapon first or don’t. Either way, this weapon had the trigger pulled. It wasn’t dropped.

  ‘@AlecBaldwin had it in his hands and killed Halyna and wounded another. Man up, already.’

Detectives are now investigating whether Seth Kenney, a 51-year-old Hollywood veteran who was supposed to provide the film with dummy rounds and blanks, may have sent recycled bullets from a previous set, according to an affidavit filed by the Sante Fe County Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators there continue to probe Hutchins’ death, and have yet to file any criminal charges.  

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