Alec Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria Baldwin, is asking the media to give her family space.
On Tuesday, the blogger posted a plea to the paparazzi that have been following her and her family since the “Rust” tragedy almost two weeks ago. She made the request on Instagram after confirming that the family’s cat, who was reported missing earlier in the day, had been found.
“As I write this, there are people, taking my picture, through the trees of the property we are staying at,” she wrote. “They have not respected our ask to have space, even after the interview we pulled over to do the other day.”
Over the weekend in Vermont, Alec Baldwin stopped to speak with reporters who had been trailing his family following the incident on the “Rust” set, when a gun he was holding discharged with what has been described as a “lead projectile,” killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring the film’s director, Joel Souza.
In a video obtained by Fox News on Sunday, the actor told videographers he would address a few questions related to the “Rust” tragedy in exchange for giving the family some space.
During the interview — which marked the first time Alec Baldwin has spoken on camera since the tragedy — he said Hutchins was his friend and called the accident a “one-in-a-trillion event.”
Despite giving that interview, Hilaria Baldwin said Tuesday the family is still being followed, putting the couple and their six young children in “dangerous” situations.
“We have been chased around in cars—with our children,” she wrote. “Several scary moments…this is dangerous. Please listen.”
See her Instagram post below.