RUST NEVER SLEEPS: Alec Baldwin holds BIZARRE drawings posted by his wife Hilaria

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Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Baldwin’s wife, shared a series of seemingly unrelated photographs on her Instagram Story. Two of them showed her husband staring blankly at the camera while holding two bizarre drawings the Oscar nominee allegedly produced.

In both images, Alec Baldwin is standing against a paneled wall, looking sullenly at the camera, while holding a sketch. In the first illustration, a frowning man says, “Hello!” to a woman in a bikini who responds, “Can I help you?” The man is lying on the second drawing and says, “Oh my God. Please help me. I’m dying.” “I know you?” replies the lady.

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Hilaria shared these two photographs, along with a short video clip of herself clapping sarcastically, with the lines “ALEC AND HIM AND ME DRAWINGS” on the first and “NOT DRAMATIC AT ALL…” on the second.

Although the meaning of the cryptic artwork has yet to be revealed, the timing seems odd. The Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office is still investigating the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was killed when a gun Baldwin was holding on the set of Western Rust accidentally fired. Authorities had earlier announced that the actor had yet to execute their search warrant for his cellphone, despite Baldwin’s claims to the contrary. “Is Alec Baldwin laughing at the sheriff who is investigating him? mused journalist Emily Miller after seeing the photographs.

Baldwin claimed to be collaborating with police in an Instagram video he shared last week. Alec recently denied a article in the New York Times who claimed he hadn’t given up on his smartphone yet in response to a subpoena, calling it “bullshit” and a “lie”, and stating he was going to “1000% comply”. However, the sheriff in Sante Fe, New Mexico clarified that the cellphone was not turned over to the detectives handling the case.

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