Alec Baldwin continues to be in the news cycle for all the wrong reasons.
Investigative reporter Jack Posobiec recently tweeted out a photo that shows actor Alec Baldwin’s name inside of Jeffery Epstein’s infamous black book.
It was previous known that Alec Baldwin had connections with Epstein but Baldwin’s and Epstein’s relationship is starting to pick up news coverage after the actor recently fired a live gun on set which resulted in a photographer being killed and a director being injured on set.
Tom make matters worse in his most recent interview with ABC news Baldwin bodily proclaims he never pulled the trigger.
So, it appears Baldwin wants us to believe the gun fired by itself and his relationship with Epstein was just “business”.
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 7, 2021
Alec Baldwin is in the news today…featured supposedly in Epstein’s Black Book pic.twitter.com/EJj4lOkW68
— logan (@loganm111) December 7, 2021
EXCLUSIVE: "The trigger wasn't pulled. I didn't pull the trigger," Alec Baldwin tells @GStephanopoulos in first interview since fatal shooting on set of "Rust."
— ABC News (@ABC) December 1, 2021
The Sun had more details regarding Epstein’s black book:
Ghislaine Maxwell lawyers could cite up to six pages of Epstein’s infamous “Black Book” during her trial – which contains hundreds of numbers for the rich and famous.
It is expected they will attempt to claim it belonged to Maxwell and will produce a witness to testify as much. But what is the book and what names are listed? Here’s the latest.
Unredacted versions of the 92-page book have appeared online after it was reportedly leaked in 2015 by Gawker, which claimed it was found in court documents.
Home and cell phone numbers were listed under the name of Alec Baldwin – who made headlines in 2021 after shooting a prop gun that ended up in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
The actor is also known for his work playing Trump on Saturday Night Live.
In August 2019, Baldwin tweeted from the account of Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation, which he runs with his wife: “The Russians killed Epstein.”
Alec Baldwin has deleted his Twitter account, he was in Epstein’s black book too, I wonder who’s next to delete their Twitter account?
— Klaus Schwab's Bum Swabs™ 2.0 (@SchwabbyBumBum) December 6, 2021
Right after the news became mainstream Baldwin deleted his Twitter.
The Variety reported that he deleted his account because of an emotional interview:
Alec Baldwin has deleted his Twitter account, just a few days after he conducted his first in-studio interview about the fatal shooting on set of his movie “Rust.” His wife Hilaria Baldwin followed suit and deleted hers as well.
The @alecbaldwin Twitter account was first noticed missing late Sunday night. That was the same account Baldwin used to release his first official statement regarding the accidental “Rust” shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza
By Monday morning, Hilaria Baldwin’s Twitter account @hilariabaldwin was also deleted, as was the account for the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation @ABFalecbaldwin. Only one verified Twitter account remains for Alec Baldwin, @AlecBaldwln____, though it says in the bio that it’s a “social media phantom limb” and it hasn’t ever mentioned the “Rust” tragedy. The last time the account tweeted was on Oct. 19, just two days before the accidental shooting, and before that on June 12, so it appears to be inactive as of now.
I think Baldwin is more afraid of getting exposed that’s why he deleted his Twitter not because of an emotional interview.