Alec Baldwin Deletes Twitter On Heels Of Emotional Interview Where He Claimed He Didn’t Pull The Trigger, Didn’t Feel Guilty

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It looks like Alec Baldwin has finally had enough of all the comments that have been made towards him since his accidental shooting and killing of cinemaphotographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust.

The man has officially deleted his verified Twitter account, @AlecBaldwin.

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This comes after his emotional ABC interview with George Stephanopoulos last Thursday, where Baldwin claimed that he never pulled the trigger of the prop gun that contained a single live round.

He also revealed that he didn’t feel any personal guilt, but if he had, he’d might kill himself too.

This isn’t the first time Baldwin has deleted his Twitter, as he did the same thing after the controversy that surrounded his wife Hilaria over her Spanish heritage, according to Deadline.

His other account @AlecBaldwin_ is still active, although that account is rarely used.

It seems like he’s ready to get away from the Twitter mob for a while.

In all honesty, it feels impossible to get any kind of lead as to how this fatal mistake could’ve happened. Everybody who was on that set seems to have a different story, with everybody pointing fingers at each other.

I guess we’ll see where the investigation leads to in the coming weeks.

You can watch more of interview below:

“Part 1”

“Part 2”

“Part 3”

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