Her lawyers stated that she “never saw” anyone use these guns live and that she wouldn’t allow it. The statement read, “They were locked up every night and at lunch and there’s no way a single one of them was unaccounted for or being shot by crew members.”
Baldwin has already addressed the shooting on-set by grieving the death his colleague.
“There are no words that can express my shock and sadness at the tragic accident that claimed the life of Halyna Houtchins, a wife and mother, and a colleague who we deeply admire,” he tweeted. I’m fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred,” he tweeted on Oct. 22.
The comedian shared that “I am in contact with her husband, offering my support for him and his family.” My heart breaks for her husband, their son and all those who loved Halyna.
When asked for comment on reports of an alleged walkout among crew members on set, production company Rust Movie Productions, LLC said in a statement to CelebHomes News that it was “not made aware of any official complaints concerning weapon or prop safety on set.” The company said it will conduct “an internal review” of its procedures while production is shut down.
CelebHomes News has reached out to Davis, Baldwin and Rust Movie Productions for comment on Davis’ post. The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate the incident and no charges have been filed.