Embattled Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin has deleted one of his verified Twitter accounts after his emotional interview about the fatal shooting that took place during filming for the movie Rust.
Reports reveal that when checked on Monday, December 6, 2021, Baldwin's verified account @alecbaldwin no longer existed on the microblogging platform.
The actor had used the deleted account to make his first statement after accidentally killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza on October 21, 2021.
Baldwin's wife, Hilaria, also appears to have deleted her account as well.
The recent development comes after the Hollywood star's interview on December 2 where he opened up about what transpired, mentioning that he would go to any lengths to "undo what happened."
Baldwin also added that his acting career could be over after the Rust incident and that his family was all he had left so he couldn't care less about that.
He further stated that he couldn't imagine ever being a part of a movie set that had a gun in it ever again, maintaining that he didn't pull the trigger that led to the fatal shooting of Hutchins.