Alec Baldwin might be in trouble.
a search warrant has just been issued for his phone.
BREAKING: Search warrant issued for Alec Baldwin's phone after Rust shooting https://t.co/jrTi0kTG3e
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) December 16, 2021
Police in New Mexico have issued a search warrant for Alec Baldwin’s phone, after the fatal October 21 shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his film, Rust.
The search warrant, requested by Santa Fe sheriffs, authorizes police to review all text messages and photos on the actor’s iPhone, as well as any stored location data, as part of their investigation.
Judge David Segura, a magistrate in Santa Fe, approved the request on Thursday afternoon.
The investigator, Detective Alexandria Hancock – referred to in the warrant as the ‘affiant’ – said that they requested Baldwin hand over his phone, but the actor and his lawyers said that they require a warrant first.
‘Affiant requested Alec’s phone from him, as well as his attorney, and was instructed to acquire a warrant,’ the warrant request states.
Hancock, in the request for the warrant, spelt out in detail what she wanted to obtain from Baldwin’s phone – a list that included his contacts, call records, photos, videos, and text messages.
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