Hilaria baldwin raised her eyebrows online with several images she posted on Wednesday to her Instagram story involving her husband Alec baldwin.
Instagram Stories only stay online for 24 hours, allowing users to post content that will soon expire. Hilaria’s post on the Wednesday story included a series of stills from videos that included a glittering video tour of the shoes in her closet captioned “SHOE PORN, ANYONE?” and several photos and videos of his family, including Alec and some of their 6 children.
In the middle of Baldwin’s story, there were two photos of Alec. In both, he’s standing against a wood-paneled wall, looking sullenly at the camera as he holds up a drawing. In the first drawing, a man frowning says “Hello! And a woman in a bikini replies “Can I help you?” In the second, the man is lying down and says, “Oh, my God. Help me please. I am dying ”, while the woman replies,“ Do I know you?
Hilaria posted these two photos with the captions “ALEC AND HIS DRAWINGS OF HIM AND ME” on the first and “NOT DRAMATIC AT ALL…” on the second, along with a little video of herself sarcastically applauding.
The photos were found by the reporter Emilie Miller, Who tweeted one of them and asked if Alec Baldwin was “mocking the sheriff investigating him” for the shooting on the Rust film set.
This writer visited Hilaria Baldwin’s verified Instagram page, saw these photos included in the post, and took the following screenshots:
Hilaria and Alec both spoke about their stress following the Rust set, including an Instagram video of Alec in December thanking his supporters and saying his family was “the only thing I care about.”
The New York Times recently reported that Alec had yet to return his cell phone in response to a subpoena, a report which Alec disputed, claiming it was “bullshit” and a “lie” and that it “was going to comply with 1000%”. However, Miller spoke to the Sheriff of Sante Fe, New Mexico, and was told that so far the cell phone has not been returned:
Santa Fe sheriff on Alec Baldwin’s search warrant of December 16:
“To date, the cell phone has not been handed over to the authorities.”
– Emily Miller (@emilymiller) January 13, 2022
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