Alec Baldwin, one of Hollywood’s star actors, is not getting rid of trouble. The famous actor, who accidentally killed the cinematographer of the movie in an accident on the set of the movie he produced and starred in, looks like he will have a hard time this time because of another lawsuit…
Alec BaldwinWhile he was a popular actor with a well-advancing career despite his advancing age, his life turned upside down with what happened last year.
The fact that he accidentally shot and killed the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during the shooting of the movie Rust, which he both produced and starred in, caused a never-ending nightmare for Baldwin.
It seems that a second case, which has come into play before the question marks about this investigation and the case have disappeared, will cause Alec Baldwin to get into trouble once again.
CASE FROM THE FAMILY OF THE DEAD US SOLDIER!
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The widow and sisters of the US soldier sued Alec Baldwin in the Southern District of New York.
The lawsuit was filed by the family of Marine Corps Corporal Rylee J. McCollum, one of 13 sailors killed by a suicide bomber outside Hamid Karzai International Airport on August 26, 2021.
McCollum was just 20 years old when he died.
After McCollum’s death, Baldwin found Roice, one of the soldier’s sisters, on Instagram and sent him a check for $5,000 for his widow, Jiennah, and their newborn baby.
Baldwin wanted to help the surviving family of a soldier who died young.
Rylee and her sister Roice
HE HELPED THE FAMILY MONEY
The subject of the fight that emerged months after the events and the discussion that extended to the lawsuit process was completely different.
The posts made for the anniversary of the bloody congress raid on January 6, which is known as one of the most terrible days in US history, was what ignited the fight that would lead to the lawsuit.
The posts included photos of Trump supporters gathering in front of Congress on January 6, 2021. Among these photos, there was one that caught the attention of Alec Baldwin…
Seeing Roice McCollum, one of the sisters of the deceased soldier and the person Balwin sent money to, in the photograph, Baldwin began to have an argument with the woman for all to see.
Under the shared photo, “Are you the woman I sent money to your brother who was killed while leaving Afghanistan?” she wrote. According to the family’s claim, Baldwin, who was not satisfied with this, also sent a message to the woman.
Photos and comments that caused the lawsuit
THINGS CHANGED WHEN SEEN IN THE BLOODY CONGRESS PRESS
According to the documents in the case, Baldwin “I did not know that you were the January 6 rebel when I sent you help for your deceased brother, out of respect for his service to this country.” he wrote.
Roice, in turn, told Alec Baldwin, “The protest is perfectly legal in the country and I’ve already spoken to the FBI. Thank you, have a good day” and stepped aside.
In response, Baldwin accused him of participating in the riots and told him ‘rebel’ said.
The lawsuit alleges that for the McCollum family, “an apparently charitable venture turned into a nightmare”.
Because Baldwin was not content with sparring with the woman, and by sharing the photo on his Instagram account, which has 2 million 400 thousand followers, he targeted Roice to his followers.
According to the lawsuit, Roice received “hostile, offensive, hateful messages” from Baldwin’s fans within 20 minutes of posting.
The family claims that Baldwin did nothing to prevent his millions of followers from contacting them.
CASE SUBJECT: HE DAMAGED US
“Baldwin’s behavior was negligent and reckless, as he needed to know that reporting his claims against the plaintiffs to his millions of followers would hurt them,” the lawsuit states.
This is the second lawsuit McCollum’s sisters, Roice and Cheyenne, and his widow, Jiennah, have brought against Baldwin. They filed a similar lawsuit in January in Wyoming, where Roice and Cheyenne live. Jiennah currently lives in California.
The first case was dismissed.
Family members sought a trial by jury and claimed at least 25 million for alleged breaches of privacy, defamatory negligence and willful cause of emotional distress. dollar they demand compensation.