Alec Baldwin Finally Turns Over His Phone, While Hilaria Baldwin Uses Her Phone To Post His Weird Drawings

January 14, 2022 / Posted by:

Authorities in Santa Fe, New Mexico are still trying to figure out what happened on the set of Rust back in October, that left director of photography Halyna Hutchins dead and director Joel Souza injured. As such, a warrant was issued last month for Alec Baldwin’s phone. Alec was holding the weapon at the time it was discharged, and investigators want to see Alec’s text messages, emails, and web search history. But Alec had been keeping his phone to himself. That is, until now. Alec has reportedly turned over his phone. Thankfully he can always use his wife’s phone in the meantime. You know, when she’s not busy Instagramming Alec’s creepy drawings.

It wasn’t known why Alec took so long to hand over his phone. Frankly, I was shocked that the man who wouldn’t shut up about the investigation and claimed he felt no guilt or responsibility for the shooting was acting so uncooperatively. Something must have finally gotten to Alec. His conscience, or perhaps a strongly-worded letter from his lawyer. Because Alec’s phone is in police custody, and his lawyer denies any reports that Alec has been holding up the investigation. via The New York Times:

The actor Alec Baldwin turned his phone in to the police in Suffolk County, N.Y., on Friday morning, his lawyer said, starting a process that will allow investigators to collect data related to his fatal shooting of a cinematographer on the set of the film “Rust” last year in New Mexico.

Mr. Baldwin agreed to a process in which he would hand over his iPhone and its password, and the phone’s data would be reviewed by officials from the Suffolk County police department and district attorney’s office before the relevant data would be passed to the authorities in New Mexico, according to a search agreement provided by Mr. Baldwin’s lawyer. Mr. Baldwin, who has a home in Suffolk County, handed the phone over to the police himself, his lawyer, Aaron Dyer, said.

Neither the Suffolk County police department nor the Sheriff’s office immediately confirmed they had received the device.

I wonder what investigators will find on Alec’s phone? You know, besides about 6,837 videos of Alec recording his own random petty thoughts into a front-facing camera. Only time will tell. But for now, we know what’s on Hilaria Baldwin’s phone. No, not phonetic guides on the English pronunciation of common vegetables.

On Wednesday, Hilaria posted several pictures to her Instagram Stories, featuring Alec holding a series of drawings, that Hilaria claims were drawn by her husband. Watch out, Jim Davis or whoever draws Mary Worth, Alec is coming for your job. Although it’s doubtful that you’ll ever see Alec’s cartoons in the Sunday paper, considering a big theme is Alec’s death. via Mediaite:

In the middle of Baldwin’s Story, there were two photos of Alec. In both of them, he is standing against a wood-paneled wall, staring glumly at the camera as he holds up a drawing. In the first drawing, a frowning man says “Hello!” and a woman in a bikini replies “May I help you?” In the second, the man is lying down, saying “Oh, God. Please help me. I’m dying,” as 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 small video figure of [a woman] sarcastically clapping.

Several people have wondered if that was Alec throwing a subtle message to the Rust investigation. But it could also just be the work of a very bored man with too much access to children’s art supplies.

I know Hilaria and Alec are very desperate for attention at all times, but maaaaaybe it was just a tiny bit tacky of them to post a goofy little drawing of Alec claiming he’s dying while he’s currently in the middle of an accidental homicide investigation. Regardless of whatever happened in their house to cause Alec to grab the Crayolas. Although it’s a good thing Hilaria labeled who was who in those pictures. With that long frazzled hair and the speech bubble that asks “Do I know you?” we might have thought that was Alec pretending not to know the warrant officer who kept asking for his phone.


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