June 11, 2024

Convicted 'Rust' armorer wants to see Alec Baldwin 'in jail'

The name Hannah Gutierrez-Reed was definitely unfamiliar to most Americans just a few years ago, but in the blink of an eye, that all changed.

All of a sudden, she was on trial in front of all of America as a result of an incident where Alec Baldwin fatally shot a crew member on a movie set.

Hannah Gutierrez-Reed was the armorer on the set of the film Rust, starring Alec Baldwin.

While on the set, Baldwin somehow got his hands on a gun loaded with real rounds instead of the appropriate harmless prop.

As a result, Gutierrez-Reed found herself on trial for involuntary manslaughter and is currently serving an 18-month prison sentence.

Gutierrez-Reed and Baldwin have both pretty much said that the accident was the other one's fault.

Alec Baldwin doesn't want to take any responsibility for what happened, and Gutierrez-Reed is allegedly on the record as saying that she's "mad that the whole thing got pinned on her."

"Hannah wants them to put Alec Baldwin in jail also" one summary of a phone call Gutierrez-Reed made from prison read.

Despite her desire to take Baldwin down, Gutierrez-Reed and her team were previously hesitant to allow Gutierrez-Reed to testify at Baldwin's trial, suggesting that she might further incriminate herself.

As a result, prosecutors have suggested that Gutierrez-Reed could be granted "use immunity," which would let her speak freely in the courtroom without fear of what she says being used against her.

Hannah's team still might not be too eager to get her on the stand, as Baldwin's attorneys have been trying their best to bury her. Baldwin's team is trying to make the whole thing Gutierrez-Reed's fault, and the fact that she previously admitted she "should have checked the gun better" could benefit Baldwin.

Gutierrez-Reed clearly isn't too keen on helping Baldwin out, so only time will tell what she eventually decides to do.

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