The Hollywood Reporter reports:
Alec Baldwin has been charged again in the fatal shooting of Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins after a grand jury presented with a new investigation into the incident recommended indicting the actor and producer of the low-budget Western.
Baldwin was charged on Friday with involuntary manslaughter by New Mexico prosecutors, who initially dropped the criminal case to review new evidence suggesting that the gun he was holding had been modified.
The five-month investigation culminated with a forensic expert issuing a report clashing with an account of the incident from Baldwin, who maintained that did not pull the trigger on the firearm when it discharged.
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Breaking News: Alec Baldwin will once again face an involuntary manslaughter charge in the death of a cinematographer in New Mexico on the film “Rust,” months after the original case against him was dismissed. https://t.co/sMErqPKvvh
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