Alec Baldwin was seen heading to day three of Atlanta Comic Con on Sunday. The star arrived at JFK Airport in New York to catch a flight to Georgia. The
The star arrived at JFK Airport in New York to catch a flight to Georgia.
The Somber Look
Looking somewhat somber, Baldwin pulled his luggage on wheels while dressed in gray slacks with a blue t-shirt, a black jacket and matching dress shoes.
Eventually, he arrived in Georgia and headed to the convention at the Georgia World Congress Center, where he was set up at a booth so he could meet and converse with fans.
The Meet and Greet Moment
The event gives fans the opportunity to meet celebrities, get autographs and photos, and shop at one-of-a-kind vendors.
It seems as if the star wants to drum up some extra cash as his legal fees are mounting due to his latest indictment in connection to the shooting on the set of the Western film Rust in 2021.
Baldwin, 65, was seen meeting with fans.
In recent months, Baldwin has been booking appearances at fan conventions, which included signing autographs at the Steel City Con in Monroeville, Pennsylvania a few weeks ago.
He is Fighting Financials
Along with conventions, the three-time Emmy winner’s efforts to fortify his finances also includes relisting his longtime Hamptons home for $19 million, which in $10 million less than when it was on the market a year ago for $29 million.
In a video posted this week by real estate brokerage firm Saunders & Associates, Baldwin talks to the camera about his fond memories with the 10,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom home located in Amagansett on Long Island’s South Shore.
Baldwin pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins — who was fatally shot on the set of Rust in October 2021 — and was due to go to court on August 6.
But earlier this week his trial was cancelled due to a judge reassignment.
Under the terms of most recent release, the Amityville, New York native cannot possess firearms or drink alcohol, and is not to have contact with witnesses in the case, except for business reasons related to the release of Rust.
Initially, Baldwin was charged with involuntary manslaughter for the on-set shooting, but that case was dropped in April. Prosecutors said at the time that new facts in the case required additional investigation and forensic analysis.