Hilaria Baldwin wears a sweatshirt with “EMPATHY” written on the front as she makes coffee a day after Alec Baldwin vowed to stand up for manslaughter
- Hilaria, 39, has been seen twice since the charges were announced on Thursday
- Baldwin has vowed to take action against the involuntary manslaughter charge
- The actor accidentally shot and killed Halyna Hutchins on October 21, 2021
Alec Baldwin’s wife Hilaria appears to be trying to send a message through her clothes as she broke cover for a coffee ride the day after her husband vowed to fight manslaughter.
Hilaria, 39, left her luxury Manhattan apartment building with several of her children this morning – two coffees in hand.
Baldwin has not been seen since announcing that he and Rust’s armourer, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, would be charged with manslaughter in the death of Halyna Hutchins.
Hilaria was wearing a green sweatshirt with “EMPATHY” written – valued at $108 – on the front as she looked pale and donned large dark glasses to cover her face.
She left her luxury Manhattan home with several of her children this morning – two coffees in hand
Hilaria was wearing a green sweatshirt with “EMPATHY” written – valued at $108 – on the front as she looked pale and donned large dark glasses to cover her face
Just yesterday, she was spotted wearing a beige hoodie with “HUMAN” written on the front, picking up her children from their driver on Thursday.
Before the announcement, she was all smiles, dripping in diamonds as she left Thursday morning, cell phone in one hand with a coffee mug.
Wearing a faux fur bomber jacket, her signature leather-look track leggings and oversized sunglasses, the mother-of-seven rounded off her look with a pair of $300 beaded and rhinestone-encrusted slippers from Spanish brand Alameda Turquesa.
Hilaria, who married the Oscar-nominated actor in 2012, was spotted taking her children to school on Thursday – before the charges were announced.
When she went to pick them up later that afternoon, her facial expression had changed noticeably.
The mother-of-seven completed her look with a pair of $300 beaded and rhinestone-encrusted slippers from Spanish brand Alameda Turquesa
Baldwin can be seen in a costume covered in fake blood in a picture posted to Instagram
Baldwin’s attorneys say he will put the charges into context and insist he cannot be held responsible for the on-set prop guns, which were the responsibility of gunsmith Hannah Gutierrez-Reed.
The film’s assistant director, Dave Halls, pleaded guilty to negligence and received a six-month suspended sentence.
Santa Fe prosecutor Mary Carmack-Altwies snarled at Baldwin as she announced the charges, saying, “An actor doesn’t get a free pass,” as she insisted he pulled the trigger on the gun that killed Hutchins.
He and Gutierrez-Reed face up to 18 months in prison if convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
If they are also convicted of weapon enhancement on this charge, they face a mandatory five-year prison sentence.
In a statement, Baldwin’s attorney said: “This decision distorts the tragic death of Halyna Hutchins and constitutes a horrific miscarriage of justice. Mr Baldwin had no reason to believe there was a live bullet in the gun – or anywhere on the film set.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11658247/Attention-seeking-Hilaria-Baldwin-wears-sweatshirt-EMPATHY-emblazoned-front.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Hilaria Baldwin wears a sweatshirt with “EMPATHY” written on the front