Alec Baldwin deleted Twitter account after ‘Rust’ accident interview

Alec Baldwin deleted Twitter account after 'Rust' accident interview

Veteran Hollywood star Alec Baldwin has deleted one of his two Twitter accounts following his revealing interview about the shooting accident that took place on the set of the movie ‘Rust’.

Alec Baldwin deleted Twitter account after ‘Rust’ accident interview

Fox News was the first to notice Baldwin’s Twitter disappeared on Dec. 5. It is unclear why he decided to delete the account labeled @AlecBaldwin, as neither the actor nor his rep have offered an explanation for his move, reports aceshowbiz.com.

The star used to have two Twitter accounts, one of which was much more active and was the one that used to previously issue statements about the fatal shooting.

During the interview, Baldwin said he never pulled the trigger.

“I didn’t pull the trigger. I didn’t pull the trigger,” he emphasized. “So you never pulled the trigger?” When asked for confirmation, to which Baldwin replied. “No, no, no, no, no, no. I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger.”

When asked if he felt guilty, he replied, “No, no. I could have killed myself if I thought I was responsible, and I don’t say that lightly.”

He added, “I have dreams about it constantly now. I go through the day and do it. Then I collapse at the end of the day. Emotionally, I collapse.”

Following the interview, his wife Hilaria Baldwin showed her support on Instagram.

A day after the interview, he posted the kissing photo on his account and wrote next to it: ‘I’m here, I love you and I will take care of you. These were the only words that came to me when we found out Halyna had died. I remember saying that phrase over and over again.”

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